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    Cody Carnes is a worship leader who is passionate about creating space where innovative artistry and authentic worship can collide. As a songwriter, he's penned numerous cuts recorded by his wife, GRAMMY-nominee Kari Jobe Carnes, as well as the powerful corporate anthem, "The Cross Has The Final Word." He also wrote or cowrote every song on his full-length debut, The Darker The Night / The Brighter The Morning (Capitol CMG), a sonically compelling project that marries declarative lyrics with infectious pop-infused melodies.



    Word Worship Music recording artist, Meredith Andrews, is passionate about writing and leading songs that keep people's hearts and minds set on Jesus. Over the course of her four Word Worship albums, the Dove Award-winning artist has been using her musical gifts, love for God, and her huge heart for His people - to teach and remind us all about the enormity of our awesome and loving Savior. Andrews, who previously was on staff at Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago now leads regularly at The Belonging CO, her home church here in Nashville. As a gifted songwriter and recording artist, she has been a part of multiple songs sung by churches across America such as “Open Up The Heavens”, “Lamb of God”, “Not For A Moment”, and “Spirit of the Living God”. 

    Meredith often leads worship at major women’s and/or worship leader conferences across the U.S., and has toured with Matt Maher, Natalie Grant, Big Daddy Weave, Vertical Church, Phil Wickham, and Michael W. Smith, among others.



    Andi Rozier serves at the Pastor of Worship for New Life East and Director of 24/7 Prayer in Colorado Springs. A native of the UK, he has lived in the US for 20 years, serving at Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago, the home of Vertical Worship, which Andi also leads with. He is married to Joanna, and as a father to 4 boys, Andi’s heart is to invest into the growing worship leadership community across local churches.



    Mack Brock has been a worship leader and producer for over 15 years. He spent a decade leading with Elevation Worship and building teams at Elevation Church, co-writing “O Come To The Altar,” “Resurrecting,” “Here As In Heaven,” and “Do It Again” – all songs which have had a significant impact on the church worldwide. “O Come To The Altar” was a multi-week Top 5 hit at both Billboard AC Monitored and National Christian Audience charts. He is passionate about leading people into a heightened awareness of the presence of God, and the role worship plays in our lives and our communities. He’s also passionate about his wife, Meredith Brock, and his two awesome kids, Harvey & Cyrus.


    Since making his major label debut with "The Unknown" in 2020, Jonathan Traylor has made an impressive entrance into the Christian, Gospel and Worship music genres. Early career milestones include a #1 single at Hot AC (“I Trust You”), opening for gospel artist Jonathan McReynolds’ Make Room Tour and CCM icon Jeremy Camp’s 30-city “When You Speak” Tour, as well as earned his first Stellar Award nomination for Best New Artist of the Year in 2021.

    "I’m Here For You" is the latest collection of songs from rising artist Jonathan Traylor (Motown Gospel/Capitol CMG), available September 24, 2021. The timely 6-song EP speaks to the reality of God’s presence with us, and the importance of our connections with one another.


    Standout tracks include the inspiring and uptempo “Hope,” the acoustic-driven and introspective “High Up,” and the inviting worship anthem, “The Table.” With every song written by Traylor, and produced by hitmakers Jordan Sapp and Jeff Pardo, "I’m Here For You" is a marked progression of Jonathan Traylor’s multi-faceted artistry.



    Over the past 15 years, Hope Darst, has been leading worship, growing her family and serving the local church. She wears many titles…wife, mother, worship leader and songwriter.

    In 2020, Hope signed her first recording contract with Fair Trade Music Services. She released her first single, “Peace Be Still” in February 2020, followed by a full album. Hope also appears on both albums released by The Belonging Co., “All the Earth” and “Awe+Wonder” and is part of the songwriting team at The Belonging Co.

    Hope has been married to the love of her life, David, for over 14 years. They live in Nashville, TN with their two daughters Olivia and Brooklyn.



    Jon Egan is a worship leader and songwriter serving New Life Church in Colorado Springs, CO, who is best known for the songs “I Am Free,” “Overcome,” “Strong God,” “Make A Way,” and “Open The Gates.” In addition to serving on the New Life Worship team and recording numerous audio and video projects for the church, Jon is a co-founder and former leader of the student-focused Desperation Band with whom he has toured throughout the U.S. and around the world.

    Throughout his career, Jon has collaborated with a variety of writers, producers and artists including Jason Ingram, Paul Mabury, Mia Fieldes, Jeremy Camp, Kari Jobe and Paul Baloche. His combined recordings with New Life and Desperation Band include the critically-acclaimed favorites Strong God, Soak (instrumental), Center Of It All and Banner.

    In March of 2019 Jon released his first solo project, a Live album called Unveil. Most recent is his work on New Life Worship’s newest LIVE album Over It All.

    “Worship is radical,” says Jon. “It stands in defiance of darkness to sing about such a great and marvelous light. When we sing about the greater reality of Jesus, earthly realities grow strangely dim.”


    From a young age, Chidima has been using her gift of music to touch those around her. After her first solo performance at the age of 9, she realized that God had given her a voice, and she began pursuing a career in music. Chidima sang in church throughout her teenage years, and while she loved leading worship, she only saw it as something to do on the side. However, that changed her freshman year of college when she attended a gathering for college students. It was there she felt a shifting in her heart, as her dreams began to align with God's heart for her and His plan for her gifting. She knew He was calling her to a life of worship through song. By her sophomore year, she was serving on the worship team at a church in College Station, Texas while she attended Texas A&M University. 5 years later at age 27, she now resides in Atlanta, GA where she is on the worship team at Passion City Church and is also a songwriter. In her heart is an ever-growing desire to touch the heart of God, and a deep love for helping lead others into the throne room of the Almighty. 



    Thrive Worship and its founding leaders – Corbin Phillips, along with Peter Burton and Charmaine Wells – is the global worship team of Bayside Church, a multisite movement based in northern California. Being part of the current fastest-growing church in the country, Thrive Worship is a group of diverse singers and musicians across seven campuses, expanding their creative reach while keeping the same core passion and message. Working as a worship family, they express the following approach – “a church for people who don’t like church” – with songs that are focused on unwrapping the gospel to everyone.

    After signing with Integrity Music in 2018 and releasing their debut album, “A Thousand More,” and the new EP “Let's Have Church,” Thrive Worship “continues to pursue its call to equip the church with truth and faith, offering songs of hope for the future and love for our Savior.”

    Phillips says, "Thrive Worship is just an extension of what's happening in our walls. We know when we're writing songs from the heartbeat of testimonies within our church, of our own testimonies, or what we've seen God do in our services."

    He continues, "As we entered into this project, we were pulling from (about) 60 songs. We felt like God was pouring out on us but, at the end of the day, I think this idea of what God said in Acts 2, that in the last days that he would pour his spirit out on the church, we're seeing God's spirit in our lives. We're seeing God's spirit being poured out on our church right now in a way that I've personally never seen in the 20-odd years I've been coming to this church. We, as Thrive Worship and as songwriters, have a responsibility right now to equip the church with truth and with the gospel and with the mechanisms to share and to grow that faith."


    We Are Messengers has 350 million on-demand global streams and boasts six Top 5 and ten Top 10 Christian Airplay hits with “Image of God,” “Power,” “Maybe It’s Ok,” “Magnify,” “Point To You,” “Love,” “Everything Comes Alive,” “God With Us,” “This Is Jesus,” and “From Heaven To Earth (Joy To The World).” The band’s album, Power +, features the award-winning self-acceptance anthem, “Maybe It’s Ok”—which has been hailed as “air to a drowning man” by Rawckus Magazine, and “potent, effective and liberating” by Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global. We Are Messengers has played for a live audience of over 2 million people across 40 states and 5 countries, including selling out shows in the Netherlands, England, and lead vocalist Darren Mulligan’s native Ireland. The Dove-nominated and K-LOVE Award winning group joined Casting Crowns Healer Tour Spring of 2022. We Are Messengers’ #1 single, “Come What May,” of their most recent album, Wholehearted, is available now. For additional information on We Are Messengers, visit


    TaRanda is one of the most iconic voices in Christian Music today and winner of a GMA DOVE AWARD for her project, The Healing. Her vocal authenticity has, for many years, garnered her a role as a featured guest soloist with the famed Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. 

    She is often seen on popular TV Networks, such as Turning Point with Dr. David Jeremiah and InTouch Ministries with Dr. Charles Stanley. She was also invited to appear before the United Nations for a special Christmas concert, where she thrilled representatives from around the world with her rousing rendition of “O Holy Night.” She achieved the historic honor of being the first female soloist to obtain a number one ranking on The Singing News Top 40 Radio Airplay Chart with her mega-hit, “Sky Full of Angels.”

    TaRanda now performs both as a soloist and a member of the award-winning Christian Music phenomenon, Cana's Voice. Today, TaRanda is married to Landon Beene, President of IMC Management and StowTown Records. They have blended their precious families and are a testament to the power of God’s love. TaRanda is more inspired than ever to share the restorative grace of our Savior with the world.


    Eddie recently moved to Colorado Springs, CO to be a pastor at New Life Church, in the role of Executive Worship Pastor. He has a passion for leading people into the presence of God and discipling others in the way of Jesus. He is a pastor, songwriter, and film composer. He was a founding member of Vertical Worship and is most known for his song “Yes I Will” (Dove Award nominated for Worship Song of the Year). Most recently, Eddie was the Executive Producer for New Life Worship’s latest album, Over It All.

    Eddie is happily married to his wife, Christina, and they have three children: Daniela, Rafael, and Fiona. He enjoys exploring new things to do in Colorado with his family and watching movies with Christina.



    Scot is the Lead Pastor of Maryland Community Church, consistently named by Outreach Magazine as one of the fastest growing churches in the US. Prior to becoming the Lead Pastor, Scot served in various roles including Worship Pastor. Scot has a strong pastoral voice to worship teams across the globe with his involvement as Pastor for the Experience Conference as well as guest-host for the popular Worship Leader Probs Podcast.

    In addition, Scot is a content creator, producing resources like his latest book, DITCH Your Thinking, his virtual Professional Communications Course, and his daily radio program (with over 15 million listens per month). Scot has a unique perspective on what it means to be an effective leader. He helps individuals and teams develop healthy relationships and walk through some of the challenges of ministry. Scot enjoyed motorcycles, SCUBA diving, and travel. He has an irrational fear of needles and is exceptionally terrible at video games. Scot and his wife Stephanie have two daughters and live in Terre Haute, Indiana.

    For more information on Pastor Scot, follow him on facebook, twitter, and instagram. 

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    GRAMMY nominated pop vocal group Avalon has long been admired for show-stopping, mega-hits like “Testify To Love,” “Can’t Live A Day,” and “Adonai.” While these iconic songs have shaped their legacy, and remain close to their hearts, the members of Avalon – Janna Long, Greg Long, Jody McBrayer and Dani Rocca-Herbert - are ready to explore a new musical direction. Now going by the name Avalon Worship, the group has recorded a self-titled worship album that reflects who they are as individuals as well as a collective.

    “For the past eleven years Greg and I have been staff worship leaders at a local church north of Houston,” Janna says. “Jody’s also a staff worship leader at a church in Ohio. Dani became a worship leader right out of high school. Leading worship has been a natural progression in our personal lives, so it made sense to extend that into our recording world.” “We’re all personally in a place where we need the connection only genuine worship can bring,” Jody adds. “There’s real healing and safety in the presence of God. These songs are where we are as adults and as Christians and believers.”


    “I want my voice to penetrate hearts and allow people to see and grab ahold of a vision for themselves. For them to truly feel God moving in their hearts and lives.”

    The Houston-native fell in love with music as a child, and the fire that was lit in her heart then has never faded. In 2002, she began her professional journey in Nashville, Tennessee. It was not until meeting her now-husband, Jonathan, that Lauren truly discovered her own voice. Lauren was introduced to Jay DeMarcus, who instantly recognized her unique talent and infectious warmth. Lauren and Jay teamed up in order to create music that will matter to all those who hear it. Jay’s belief and recognition of Lauren’s talent served as an inspiration for the next phase of her music journey.

    Lauren lead worship at Second Baptist Church in Houston for almost twelve years. She now sings at Lakewood Church along side of her husband. Lauren has performed in stadiums across the nation as a part of Joel Osteen’s Worship Team. She was also a part of the viral hit song “Rise Up,” which she wrote alongside Josh Moore from Caedmond's Call. In the beginning of her career, Lauren began leading worship at the largest youth bible study in Houston, Metro Bible Study, where Watermark and Chris Tomlin lead before her. Lauren has sung alongside CeCe Winans in her hometown in front of a crowd of over 40,000. She has worked and written in Nashville with Dan Muckala and Brandon Heath. She currently has performed with amazing talents such as Israel Houghton, Abner Ramirez of “Johnnyswim,” Tauren Wells, Anointed, and Cindy Cruse Ratcliff. Lauren has traveled all over the world with the mission of sharing God’s love through music. One of her most memorable career moments was singing alongside The Newsboys and Bruce Wilkinson across South Africa.

    To meet Lauren is to encounter the joyous and hopeful love of the Lord. Her creativity, steadfastness, and dedication serve as an inspiration to us all. Lauren is currently working on her next project, pursuing her passion with full faith in His plan.



    Chris Brown is a worship leader at Elevation Church, a songwriter, and founding member of Elevation Worship, led by Pastor Steven Furtick. He’s helped write songs such as “Graves Into Gardens,” “Jireh,” “The Blessing,” and “O Come to the Altar.” He is passionate about building the local church, and helping people find freedom when they bring their honest self in worship. Chris and his wife, Beth, live in Charlotte, NC with their 2 children.


    Jason Ingram has one of the most diverse and accomplished resumes in Christian music, becoming one of Christian music’s most successful and respected songwriters and producers. In 2015, he co-wrote five No. 1 songs: “Because He Lives (Amen)” recorded by Matt Maher, “Drops In The Ocean” recorded by Hawk Nelson, “First” recorded by Lauren Daigle, “Same Power” recorded by Jeremy Camp and “My Story” recorded by Big Daddy Weave. He also co-wrote Lauren Daigle’s “How Can It Be” which earned the GMA Dove Award for “Song Of The Year” and “Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year."


    Since his major-label debut in 2008, Matt Maher has become a staple in the artistic and songwriting community. A nine-time-GRAMMY® nominee and three-time-GMA Dove Award® winner, he has garnered multiple radio successes, writing and recording songs such as his Top 5 CCLI song “Lord, I Need You” and the chart-topping radio singles “Because He Lives (Amen)” and “Alive & Breathing.” Along with other hits such as “Hold Us Together,” “Christ Is Risen,” “All The People Said Amen,” and “Your Grace Is Enough,” Maher has written or co-written six No. 1 radio singles.

    Penning numerous songs recorded by Crowder, Hillsong, Casting Crowns, Chris Tomlin, We Are Messengers, Chris Renzema, Mack Brock, Brandon Lake and Passion, he’s had multiple titles on the CCLI chart’s Top 500 list. With career album sales of more than 600,000 units to date, Maher was awarded RIAA Platinum® certification for “Lord, I Need You” and RIAA Gold® certification for “Hold Us Together,” “All The People Said Amen,” and “Because He Lives (Amen)”. He’s released ten studio albums, including his 2017 GRAMMY-nominated album Echoes, and his first Christmas album and children’s book, both titled The Advent of Christmas.

    Maher, an official Steinway Artist, has been headlining his own tours and performing at major Catholic and Evangelical events since 2004, including multiple World Youth Day festivals, most recently in Rio De Janeiro presided by Pope Francis. He has also participated in the industry’s biggest tours and festivals, such as Worship Night In America with Chris Tomlin, Compassion Live’s The Road Show and Tobymac’s Hits Deep. Maher has also toured with MercyMe, Chris Tomlin, and Casting Crowns. 



    Growing up the son of a pastor and the church pianist in Memphis, TN, and brother to six siblings including Janice, who went on to become a Stellar Award and GMA Dove Award nominated recording artist for Motown Gospel, music was woven into Reddick’s DNA from the start. Eventually, Reddick and his family made their way to Nashville, where God kept putting unlikely people in his path. He has the opportunity to work on songwriting with artists like Matt Redman, Tommy Sims, Josh Kerr and Sheryl Crow. He is also one of the worship leaders at Church of the City working alongside Chris McClarney and led by pastor Darren Whitehead. 


    In addition to being a talented musician, Reddick is also a creative visual artist. In a fusion of his artistic and musical sides he has painted the artwork for each of his music releases. "For me, art is a way for me to get my words out. It gives voice to what I’m feeling, allows me to say something in my own way. It’s okay to let people interpret it how they interpret it, because it’s something bigger. I just want to be a conduit to help people reconcile themselves with God and each other,” Reddick says. “I want to bring people together. I consider it an honor and a privilege to get to lead people in the transparency of worship.”  


    Recently, his highly recognized congregational worship song, “God, Turn It Around” charted on both the Mediabase and Billboard chart spending 5 weeks in the Top 5.


    In 2020 Mandisa recorded and released a version of his song "You Keep Hope Alive" which became a Top 15 Billboard Christian Airplay and AC radio single and Top 50 single of the year.


    He has also performed at LakeWood Church, multiple IF Gatherings, the Unite to Fight Poverty event and the fall 2021 TobyMac Hits Deep Tour alongside Tauren Wells, Jordan Feliz, We Are Messengers and label-mates Cochren & Co. and Terrian.


    Quickly honing his plethora of musical skills while in college and in his band Jackson Waters, Nashville-based David Leonard began performing with NEEDTOBREATHE before becoming one-half of the critically acclaimed and GRAMMY-nominated duo All Sons & Daughters. Now, as a GMA Dove Award-winning producer (Confio/Jaci Velasquez) and creative partner in The Creak Music (Brandon Lake, Cody Carnes, NEEDTOBREATHE, Ben & Noelle Kilgore, and more), he’s also racked up stellar songwriting credits such as “Great Are You Lord,” “Christ Be All Around,” and “All The Poor and Powerless.”

    It was in 2019 when he released his first solo project, The Wait, a special collection of personal and reflective songs. David followed up the critically-acclaimed album with The Wait: Silence The Noise, encompassing recreated and intimate versions of each of the original tracks.

  • DOE

    All it takes is one listen to know there’s something uniquely special about DOE. Between the purity of her vocals, intuitive lyrics and soul-captivating sound, the three-time GRAMMY® nominated singer-songwriter-musician — born Dominique Jones — is poised to usher in a new era of gospel/inspirational music that transcends traditional perceptions.

    Music fans first heard DOE’s multifaceted talent in October 2020 with the release of her self-titled EP, which features the #1 hit Gospel radio single “Brighter.” Her EP was released through gospel star Jonathan McReynolds’ Life Room Label in partnership with RCA Inspiration, and DOE is ready to welcome everyone into her fearless world with Clarity, her debut full-length album due February 18th, 2022, which comprises 11 tracks including “Clarity” and “When I Pray.”

    DOE says of the album’s title track, “In listening to that song, I came to the understanding that it sums up the message of the entire album. Clarity is the point where I am in my life. I feel like I’m coming to a beautiful understanding of who I am and what my role is as a child of God.” As she sings on the mid-tempo track, “I feel a freedom in this melody …let them see you wear your crown … be you, be you.”

    The empowering honesty imparted in “Clarity” is the unapologetic through line DOE weaves within each song as she shares her own relatable joys and vulnerabilities while claiming hope and perseverance in a world still being rocked by the pandemic, racial unrest and other social issues. The other through line tying everything together: DOE’s ethereal vocals, which float and soar as they carry the listener along on a resonating journey.

    DOE, also an accomplished guitarist, wrote all of Clarity’s 11 songs and also co-produced on some of the album. Raised in a musical family, DOE began performing professionally as a teen in the Christian gospel septet forever JONES, which featured DOE with her parents, her two sisters and two brothers. The group released three albums, and garnered two GRAMMYⓇ Award nominations and multiple Stellar and Dove Award nominations.

    Pursuing her passion to sing and write in her solo career, DOE was featured on Jonathan McReynolds’ single “Cycles” from his Make Room album. The collaboration resulted in DOE’s third GRAMMYⓇ nod when “Cycles” was nominated for Best Gospel Performance/Song. Impressed by her singing/songwriting skills, McReynolds signed DOE to his Life Room Label. Over the course of experimenting beyond her prayer music roots, DOE has crafted a unique sound that defies strict definition. Other standouts on Clarity include the joyous “So Good,” the salvation-themed ballad “What I’m Waiting For,” “Mercy,” as well as the five tracks from DOE’s 2020 EP. One main takeaway that DOE wants listeners to embrace on the soulful Clarity is, “The more of themselves that they’re willing to accept and not reject because it’s different from what others think, the more powerful their partnership with God and faith. That’s the freedom I want listeners to walk away with.” 


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