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June 2018

Networking with Jon Cassel, Regional Director for CBN, French W. Africa. Jon is a friend of mine from Pennsylvania. Jon has placed us in contact with Global News Alliance. GNA is an international news exchange started by a friend of Jon's, CBN newsman Stan Jeter. Our Bureau Chief, Steve Wornoff is now working on joining this international christian news organization.

June 2018

Welcoming Nathan Yeoman to International News/ Central America. A Pennsylvania native he will be, beginning in the late summer of 2018, reporting on his past work in central america on engineering projects. He is a recent Civil Engineering graduate of Messiah College.


June 2018

Welcoming the Reverend Jan Beaderstadt reporting from Uganda for International News. Jan is a native of Michigan. His first article "Blinded by the Light" is the headline feature for this June. It is based on his interview of a former Jihadist.

Since joining Chevalier Fidele, Jan has joined OSMTJ America, Pennsylvania Commandery of the Trinity.


May 2018

If it's happening at your church, we want to hear it! Yes, prayer had been removed from public school. 

Did you know that it does not preclude them from prayer meetings before or after school? 

Nor does it preclude them from singing in churches. This is the bright side of the controversy. 

We should hear the good news also.


MAY 2018


Spend some time with Lucy, Sam, and Pastor Matt!



May 2018

Welcomng Lindsay A. from Kentucky as Staff writer for recipes. 

Lindsay graduated magnum cum laude with a bachelor degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from Neuman University and holds a masters in special education from Lehigh University. Her specialty is Autism therapy. The wife of an U.S. Army officer she has 2 children and loves to cook and bake. 



May 2018

From the Reverend Tim Cluney comes a new idea. Highlighting and italicizing scripture. 

Thanks to Rev. Tim!

Tomorrow's Voice

May 2018

Welcoming Amanda Carpenter to Tomorrows Voice. 

Amanda Carpenter graduated magna cum laude from Wartburg College in 2009 with a B.A. in History and a B.A. in Religion. She received her M.A. in History of Christianity from Luther Seminary in 2013, graduating with honors. Presently Amanda is a nursing home chaplain in northern Michigan. She is currently in candidacy to become a deacon in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America ELCA. Her hobbies include reading, cross-stitching, and learning. She is happily married to Rev. Matthew Carpenter and they have two active, happy children and one calm, happy dog.



APRIL 2018

We have added Headlines to Chevelier Fideles. Easter being the best time for the add.

Tomorrow's Voice

April 2018

Welcoming Christopher Hios to Tomorrow's Voice

Sir Christopher Lee Hios started off in the Order in 2017 where he quickly rose through the ranks to be Knighted at the Investiture for the Priory of St. Bartholomew in February of 2018. He has a B.S degree in Music Production from Full Sail University where he freelances for different music projects as well as develops sound effects and sound designs for video games and movies. He is a participating writer for Tomorrows Voice.



Tomorrow's Voice

April 2018

Welcoming the Reverend Matthew Carpenter to Tomorrow's Voice.

Pastor Matthew Carpenter has served Grace Lutheran Church since August 2011.  He graduated from Gywnedd-Mercy College with a B.A. in History Education in 2007.  

He went on to Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary and graduated with his Master of Divinity in 2011.  He has been married to his wife Amanda for 7 years and they have 2 children.  

Pastor Matt enjoys leading worship, visiting members, and teaching confirmation.  His hobbies include making jewelry, playing with his kids, and learning new things.  

Favorite verse: “So do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring worries of its own. Today’s trouble is enough for today.” – Matthew 6:34


Bureau Chief / International News

April 2018

Welcoming LTC Steve Wornoff. 

My name is Steve Wornoff. My wife and I live in West Sacramento CA. We've been married 39 happy years! We have no children. I have a MA in correctional counseling and a BA in psychology. 

I am retired. I spent 26 years in the USAFR and retired with the rank of Ltd Col. I have graduated from Air Command and Staff and Air War College. 

My wife and I have spent 26 years as the local missionary directors of Child Evangelsm Fellowship of Sacramento. I am ordained with the Christian and Missionary Alliance. 

My last job before retiring was as a tutor with autistic children. I have mobility issues (arthritis) so I'm not involved in active ministry. I hope to change that soon. I am working on my CAA training. I am trying to learn the harmonica! Blessings.'


The Court Jester

April 2018

Welcoming Robert Anders Carpenter

New to Chevalier Fidele is Artist Robert Carpenter who will be over the next month developing our comics for The Court Jester. 

Robert has spent a life time as an artist working locally with local charities He has recently help release "Tears and Smiles".

Author / Artist Tears and Smiles TbI Publishing. 

He has a background in children's ministry at UCC where he served as the Christian Education Director, now retired. 

He has spent a lifetime working with children at The Horsham Clinic in child and adolescent psych where he is now retired also. 

He is the father of three girls and grandfather of two girls


The Court Jester

April 2018

Terry Tulley, Editor in Chief in a meeting with Willard Carpenter, Senior Editor came up with the idea. The picture was decided on by his wife Jill Tulley and Willard's daughter Lindsay Abner.

We are looking for good jokes and are in the process of looking for comic strip artists. At the time of this article an interview has been planned for one artist.


March 2018

Welcome, Terry R. Tuley to Chevelier fideles. 

Terry R. Tuley is a member of the Knights Templar International, St. Andrews Priory. 

He is a published author and former pastor with a Master of Divinity Degree from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. His book “Battlefields and Blessings; Stories of Faith and Courage from the Civil War” was nominated for the Golden Medallion Award of the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association in 2006. He served Christ for nearly thirty years as a pastor and is currently semi-retired and filling pulpits where needed.

Brother Terry and his wife Jill reside in Chattanooga, TN and have three children Ashley, Jonathan and Cortney. All three of his children are actively involved in ministry and he has five grandchildren with one on the way.

Terry's hobby's are writing, studying history, fishing, acrylic painting and relic hunting.


Chevalier News 

March 2018

We have expanded the paper to include our own news. The news behind the news.