Michael Kelley is a Christ-follower, husband, dad, author and speaker. He lives in Nashville with his wife and three children where he works for LifeWay Christian Resources as the Director of Groups Ministry leading a team of folks who write trustworthy, challenging and specific biblical content for churches.
Raleigh Sadler is the founder and executive director of Let My People Go. His passion is to see the local church fight global injustices, like human trafficking, by loving those whom traffickers most often target. Raleigh lives in New York City.
Trent DeLoach is the lead pastor at Clarkston International Bible Church. He also serves as a Send Relief Missionary through the North American Mission Board. Trent and his wife Elizabeth invest their lives in people from around the world in Clarkston, Georgia, a city sometimes called the most diverse square mile in the United States.
Shantrice Coleman is a Spoken Word artist from Kenner, LA, and the founder of Spoken Scriptures, a ministry that uses poetry to speak Biblical truth into the lives of teenagers. She is currently a high school student and looks forward to starting college this fall.
Marlon Montgomery currently serves as the Director of Programs for the Agape Youth and Family Center in his native Atlanta, GA and oversees a variety of community-based projects reaching Atlanta’s underserved students and families. Marlon has a passion for students of all ages and a heart for Jesus. He and his wife are the parents of three children.
Chris James is the pastor of Mill City Church and Christian Student Fellowship in Lowell, Massachusetts and serves as the Greater Boston Collegiate Strategist for the Baptist Convention of New England. He describes himself as a Bible teacher, runner and baseball enthusiast. A native of Mississippi he has lived in the greater Boston area for the past 13 years.