Who We Are
We not only welcome you and invite you to join our King’s Witness community but we welcome you to join us in our individual lives as well. Visit our personal sites below and we would love to have you join us. We don’t claim to be sinless or perfect, but we hold tight to His promise of being saved through faith in Christ alone!
Ben Matthews, Partner
I’ve lived in Greenville, South Carolina since 2003 where the Lord has blessed greatly with my wonderful wife and our three beautiful children. We love spending time together outdoors and in nature, with one of our favorite pastimes being boating on Lake Jocassee. It is a beautiful lake nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of South Carolina. There is just something very peaceful and energizing about getting away from all the traffic and spending time outdoors.
I am so fortunate to have been involved in the Witness Symbols since the beginning where I helped launch the license with Primus. I’ve heard and seen first-hand countless stories of how the Lord is using the symbols to not only touch Christians' lives, but also reaching those in search of Him. I’m not the one you’ll find shouting on the street corner, but you will see me wearing my Witness bracelet each day. I end up giving away several every week and telling them the story of Christ because they often ask, “What’s that mean?” I am so grateful to be one of the many people involved in His great plan with these symbols!
Tim Roberson, Partner
After a rewarding career in the retail POS systems business I am now focused on just a few projects. My primary business activity being with Warpath Landing. This is the fulfillment of a 10 year vision to create a business model that will support ministry activities. Beverly and I are now full-time residents at Lake Keowee, but still have many friends and associations in Greenville, SC.
I was first introduced to the Witness symbols in 2006 by a dear friend of mine and have had a passion and desire to spread the Story of Christ through them ever since. My goal is to finish strong and have my Lord say "Well done, my good and faithful servant."