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Lisa Harper

Rarely are the terms hilarious storyteller and theological scholar used in the same sentence, much less used to describe the same person. But Lisa Harper is anything but stereotypical. She has been lauded as a gifted communicator, whose writing and speaking overflow with colorful pop culture references that connect the dots between the Bible era and modern life. Her style combines sound scriptural exposition with relatable anecdotes and comedic wit.

Lisa describes her greatest accomplishment to date as becoming Missy’s mama. After a difficult two-year journey, Lisa was finally able to bring her adopted daughter home from Haiti, and she hasn’t stopped grinning since.

Christine Caine

Christine Caine is an Australian-born, Greek-blooded lover of Jesus, activist, author, and international speaker. Christine also has a passion for justice, and, together with her husband, Nick, founded the anti-human trafficking organization, The A21 Campaign. They also founded Propel, an organization dedicated to activating women to fulfill their God-given passion, purpose and potential. Christine is a graduate of Sydney University, with a B.A. in English, and is currently enrolled in Wheaton College pursuing her M.A. in Evangelism and Leadership.

Powered by hot, extra-dry, skinny cappuccinos, Christine is a lover of words who speaks too fast, talks too much, and still manages to write them down. She and Nick, their two girls, Catherine and Sophia, and their dog, Ezra Blake, make their home in Southern California.

Ellie Holcomb

Ellie Holcomb views music as the ultimate bridge-builder.  In the process of touring seven years with Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors, Ellie began writing her own songs. They were often inspired by the lives of those they encountered on the road, at Young Life camps, and by their community in Nashville.

 Ellie recorded and released two EPs full of songs based on the Psalms and other scriptures, Magnolia EP and With You Now. "

 "When I think about what I want to be doing, it's singing truth into the darkness. Life is hard, and I've walked through some heart-breaking things with friends. But when we're walking right up to that darkness with God's truth and light and life, there's a sense of hope breaking in. I want to help encourage the wounded and weary in our church pews, that's what I want to be a part of."

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