From his electrifying performances on multiple Winter Jam arena tours and Dove Awards broadcasts to his extensive digital following, the music and impact of KB (aka Kevin Burgess) extends far beyond the walls of the Christian hip-hop subculture.
His direct message of social justice, personal examination, and his utter dependence on divine, is core to his music and his listeners. With the mantra of “HGA” (His Glory Alone) KB continues to use art as an open door to the gospel through rap, clothing, podcasting, and the written word.
Toni Collier is the Co-Lead Pastor of Hillsong Atlanta and founder of an international women’s ministry called Broken Crayons Still Color that helps women process through brokenness and get to hope. She is a speaker, host and consultant that has helped organizations with creative marketing, leadership, student ministry and strategic planning. She’s had the opportunity to proudly stand on stages like North Point Community Church, Chick-Fil-A, Orange Conference, and MomCon. Toni kills illusions. She confronts the hard things. She takes her challenges head-on, then she takes on your challenges. And, in this digital age of anxiety, Toni is teaching people all over the country that you can be broken and worthy and unqualified and still called to do great things. She doesn’t want you to just face your demons, she wants you to quash the illusion of your brokenness so you can live the most colorful life possible.
Tommy “Urban D.” Kyllonen is the Lead Pastor @ Crossover Church where he has served for over 25 years. In addition to pastoring he is an author, Hip-Hop artist, consultant and content creator. He has a passion to help other leaders innovate and win. Tommy and his wife Lucy have two daughters and just celebrated 25 years of marriage.
Serving as the VP of Church Planting and Leadership Development for City to City, NYC. Michael oversees the NYC team prayerfully and discerningly recruiting, training and resourcing church planters called to plant healthy missional churches in the five boroughs of NYC. Michael has successfully planted several churches and charter schools across the South Bronx. He is a social justice activist and community organizer who has been nationally recognized for his work among the poor across the city.
Scott Free is an evangelist, pastor, and urban missionary in Atlanta, Ga. He is the founder of the non-profit “City Takers,” which exists to “raise up urban missionaries who transform cities through hip-hop, love, and Jesus.” Scott is also a church planter and lead pastor of Crossover Church ATL, a multi-ethnic, socio-economically diverse church in the inner city.
Scott can also be heard weekly on “The City Takers Radio Show,” a CHH radio program on Victory 91.5FM in Atlanta. Scott Free has over 15 years of experience in urban ministry and believes in discipling people to have servant hearts and be ‘The Church’ 24/7 wherever God has placed them.