SPEAKERS & GUESTS
Creator of the Woman After God's Own Heart conference, Lynda Tait Randle has allowed the heartache and pain she experienced in childhood to be used as a vehicle of Hope and inspiration, not only through music but through speaking and sharing her story of being victorious in Christ. She wants women of all ages and backgrounds to know how deeply they are loved by the Father.
In addition to hosting WAGOH and speaking, Lynda will also be sharing some brand new music from her upcoming EP's "Free to Love" and "By The Riverside" with some special guests!
Since the days of their youth playing in their father’s church worship band, Sam, Joe, James, John and Jesse strive to touch people’s hearts through music with message. They have traveled the globe by way of American Samoa with the mission of hope and love at the heart of their vision. In a world of constant change and uncertainty, their commitment to this mission has been unwavering. Who you are, where you’re from, what you believe, it does not matter. The love of Jesus Christ is a gift for us all.
One of the most commercially successful contemporary Christian and gospel vocalists of the late 2000s and early 2010s. Mandisa sang in her church and has continued singing Christian and Gospel music on all her records. In 2006, she competed during the fifth season of American Idol.
Mandisa continues to share her testimony and encourage women to put their trust in God. "I wish that I had all the answers, but at this point I say, ‘Okay God, I’m either gonna trust you with all of my heart, or I’m not. There’s no middle ground here. I’m going to let the value and the weight of the character of God outweigh my need to know or understand.”
Lisa Mills is on the road and building a successful full-time comedy career and speaking business from the ground up. An accomplishment she credits to that one moment of insane courage years ago, while standing on that stage telling jokes and sharing hope with some amazing women.
Convinced that there are more things that unite us than separate us, she brings all types of people together through laughter. Lisa’s hilarious authenticity makes her a definite dynamo to any program.
Pastor Michael Randle
Mosaic Bible Fellowship began in the heart of Pastor Michael Randle when he was but a youngster in Kansas City. Raised in the heart of Kansas City not far from where the church currently meets, Pastor Michael spent half of his life meeting his wife, raising two daughters, serving the local church in the capacities of minister, youth leader, bus driver, and speaker.
Michael Randle is a native of Kansas City, Missouri. He is married to Lynda Randle, and they have two daughters, Patience and Joy. He attended Kansas University where he received Bachelors degrees in Architectural and Environmental Design with a focus in Sociology. He also received a Masters of Theological Studies from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary in Lynchburg VA.
Siblings, Joyce, Jonathan and Judy, collectively known as The Martins, have enjoyed count- less radio hits and performances at concert halls, arenas, auditoriums and churches worldwide. During the 1990s, The Martins rose to national and international success, showcasing their stunning and distinctive harmonies before a vast array of audiences, from legendary singer/ songwriter Bill Gaither’s multi-award winning Homecoming Video and Concert Series to the White House to Carnegie Hall. Over the years the Trio garnered eight Dove Awards from the Gospel Music Association, as well as a prestigious Grammy nomination.
Singer songwriter, worship leader, pastor, recording artist and educator, Jacque DeShetler has been in the music industry and in ministry for many years. She has travelled worldwide as a musician and speaker, bringing worship mentorship and instruction to churches, the conference setting, and arts and education organizations. As a worship pastor and consultant to worship teams for more than 15 years, she is passionate about training artists of all ages and helping them reach their potential.
Shannon is the founder of the Divine Call Dance Team. After a few years dancing as a guest artist, she is excited to dance with Störling Dance Theater full time. She continues to teach dance and is a faculty member for Störling Conservatory.
Identity is another key topic of our day. Shannon explains that if we listen to the world’s ideas for identity, we will have a hard time finding a “place to stand,” but if we look to our Creator, our identity is built on a solid foundation. May you be encouraged by Shannon’s words to be faithful as you walk in your calling as an artist.