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Brandon Lake is a songwriter and worship leader with the Bethel Music Collective and a worship pastor at Seacoast Church in South Carolina. Brandon is known for his song “This Is A Move,” written with Tasha Cobbs—a song that won a 2019 GMA Dove Award for “Gospel Worship Recorded Song of the Year,” and has also been nominated for a 2020 Grammy Award. Brandon’s debut album with Bethel Music, House Of Miracles, released in 2020.
Brandon Lake’s single “We Praise You” is featured on Bethel Music’s Revival’s In The Air album, co-written with Brian Johnson and Phil Wickham as a bold declaration that the power of praise changes everything.
Joel Barnes, known as Joe L, a Kentucky native, is a songwriter and worship leader at The Shepherd’s Tent in Covington, Georgia. He not only has a passion for song writing, but also burns to teach and equip others with the tools needed to create and release their sound of authenticity. In April of 2020, Joe L, alongside Maverick City released the song, “Promises” that reignited hope and reminded many of the faithfulness of God. He co-wrote the song with Carrington Gaines, Keila Alvarado Merin, Lemuel Marin, Dante Bowe, and Aaron Moses, and it was nominated for “Gospel Worship Recorded Song of the Year” in the 2020 GMA Dove Awards. Other songs Joe L has co-written include “In Spite of Me” by Tasha Cobbs Leonard, “Not Holding Back” by JJ Hairston, and “Ruins” with Maverick City.
Joe L believes that every dreamer should find home and family. “Everyone has a seat at the table and deserves a nice pair of sneakers.”
Hosanna Wong is an Author, Bible-Teacher, and Spoken Word Artist, sharing captivating stories of a powerful God with churches, conferences, prisons, & other events around the country year-round. She is passionate about empowering this generation to know who they are, & boldly live out their purpose. Her sermons & spoken word pieces are rooted in her upbringing on the streets of San Francisco, her first-hand experiences with loss, hope, & redemption, & her innermost desires to see lives healed and restored by the power of Jesus.
Hosanna is the Teaching Pastor at EastLake Church in the San Diego area, & the Executive Director of Calvary Street Ministries, an outreach bringing hope to the homeless & low-income families in San Francisco.
Under the name Hosanna Poetry, she has released two spoken word albums "Maps, Boots, & Other Ways We Get There" (2013), & "Figless" (2015), and authored 2 books, "I Have a New Name" (2017) & "Superadded" (2018). Her new book, "How (Not) to Save the World", is releasing August 2021.
Red Rocks Worship is the expression of a dynamic community called Red Rocks Church comprised of worshipers, creatives, songwriters, friends and family all seeking to bring people closer to God. Based in Denver yet with campuses and reach around the globe, Red Rocks Church and Red Rocks Worship exist to make Heaven more crowded.
"We are ONE church in multiple locations. We desire to be a home for the prodigal, an authentic people, humble, generous, and unified. We want everyone to know the only way, the truth, and the life found in Jesus.” - Red Rocks Church
Their most recent song offerings include the powerful anthem “Echo Holy” & the captivating and timely “Something Has To Break” which will lead up to their forthcoming project, “Things Of Heaven (Where We Come From)” releasing March 19th. A continuation of this narrative will be a follow-up project “Things Of Heaven (Where We’re Going)” releasing later in 2021.
Based in Chicago, Vertical Worship is a collective of worship leaders & songwriters spanning multiple campuses at Harvest Bible Chapel. Their songs include the powerful song and radio hit “Yes I Will,” as well as popular songs worship songs “Open Up the Heavens,” “Spirit of the Living God,” and “Exalted Over All.” Their latest release is “Grace Is On Our Side” which features the songs “Faithful Now” and “Over and Over” among others.
Vertical Worship aims to serve the global church with worship songs, worship leader training and encourage believers everywhere to hold on to hope just as the lyric of “Faithful Now” proclaims ‘You were faithful then, You’ll be faithful now.’
Eight-time Grammy nominee Natalie Grant has remained one of Christian music‘s top-selling artists with more than 500 million streams and multiple number 1’s on the Billboard albums and singles charts. Most recently, Grant launched her newest album No Stranger, which set a 20-year milestone and gave the singer the biggest first week debut of her career and sold more in its first week than any other CCM album in 2020.
A fierce advocate for social justice, Natalie is also the co-founder of Hope For Justice, an international non-profit organization with 32 offices spanning 10 countries that works to end modern day slavery.
Over her 20-year career, Natalie’s mission has remained consistent: that people would experience the hope of Jesus in everything she does. Though her reach and responsibilities are vast, she continues to focus on her number one priority - family. Grant and her husband, Grammy award-winning songwriter/producer Bernie Herms, live in Nashville with their three daughters Bella, Grace and Sadie.
Carlos Whittaker is a renowned musician, blogger, speaker, and author of Kill the Spider and Moment Maker. He has been the worship leader for Andy Stanley’s Buckhead Church in Atlanta and on the leadership team for Catalyst. He currently attends The Belonging in Nashville. He and his wife Heather and their three children live in Nashville, Tenn.
Chris McClarney grew up in the church as the son of a youth pastor and met Jesus at a very young age. When he was 14, he began leading worship for a small group, which then led to full-time ministry in local churches and inner-city ministry across Nashville, TN. Chris’ powerful worship anthem, “Your Love Never Fails”, has become one of the most popular songs in America’s churches as reported in the TOP 25 of CCLI and is a #1 song on the Billboard Christian chart. His songs have been recorded by Chris Tomlin, Jesus Culture, Kim Walker Smith and many others. Chris is currently supporting his new EP, “Fill This Place” as well as “Café Sessions” which features three new worship songs including “Valley”, “What A Friend”, “Center Stage” as well as his recent radio single “I’m Listening”.
Launching his career nearly three decades ago as a lead vocalist for GRAMMY®-nominated genre giants NewSong, Charles has since headlined more than 3,200 concerts, released 23 recordings as a solo artist and garnered seven #1 Inspirational radio hits.
He serves as the worship leader for such popular events as Women of Joy, Gridiron Men’s Conference and Celebrators Conference, and is the author of Words on Worship: Devotions of Praise (Worthy Inspired). Additionally, Charles is a teaching pastor at the 8,000- member Thomas Road Baptist Church in Lynchburg, Virginia, preaching once a month and also leading worship monthly. And, he’s an adjunct professor at Liberty University’s Center for Music and Worship, a specialized training program he helped found more than a decade ago.
Andi Rozier is the Lead Pastor of Worship for Harvest Bible Chapel and Vertical Worship in Chicago, IL. A native of London, England, Andi has been a part of the Harvest community since 2001 where he leads worship every weekend, oversees worship leader development, service planning, songwriting and the Vertical Worship CoHort. “Open up the Heavens”, “Lamb of God”, “Found in You” and “All Praise” are just a few songs Andi has been a part of writing with Vertical that are sung in churches around the world.
Andi’s heart is to see the church unified in spirit and truth, and to champion, invest into and run alongside worship leaders from all generations to lead all generations. Andi is married to Joanna and they have 4 boys.