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Matt Whitman

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Matt Whitman
🏡 ResidenceHuntsville, Alabama
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
Other names
💼 Occupation
YouTube personality

💵 Salary :
Biblical YouTube videos
👩 Spouse(s)Camilla Whitman
👶 Children3

Matt Whitman is an American pastor at the Free Church in Lander, Wyoming since 2010. He is also known for his video and podcast series called The Ten Minute Bible Hour (TMBH), which is hosted on a YouTube channel of the same name launched in 2015.

In February 2017 Whitman started a podcast called No Dumb Questions, with his friend Destin Sandlin, in which the two discuss an assortment of topics and cover it from different perspectives.


Matt and his wife, Camilla, have 3 kids. The Whitmans have fun playing sports, exploring the mountains, traveling and enjoying nerd culture.

Matt never meant to be a pastor, but he's glad it turned out the way it did. He was teaching college history and doing some ministry part-time when he agreed to fill the pulpit at the Free Church for 3 months (fall 2010). In those three months he fell in love with the community and the church and eventually accepted the call to be the next pastor. Matt loves communicating the Bible in ways that are understandable and in-depth, he brings humor and history to bear on the text each week as he teaches straight through entire books of the Bible.

The Ten Minute Bible Hour[edit]

Matt hosts a YouTube program called The Ten Minute Bible Hour [1]where he works through books of the Bible succinctly with a dash of humor.

No Dumb Questions[edit]

In 2017, Whitman began a podcast with his best friend from Alabama, Destin Sandlin.[2] This podcast brought about musical performances such as the patron enhanced version of "The Winged Hussars" by Sabaton.


  1. "The Ten Minute Bible Hour". www.youtube.com. Retrieved 2019-01-03.
  2. "No Dumb Questions". iTunes. 14 February 2017. Archived from the original on 15 February 2017.

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