Stephen Roach is a multi-instrumentalist, poet, songwriter and author. He has written and recorded four CDs and has contributed to the works of numerous recording artists. Alongside of his musical pursuits, Stephen travels internationally and teaches on creativity and the pursuit of God. He has also self published a collection of poems. and a children’s book.
Joel McKerrow is an internationally touring performance poet, writer, speaker, educator and community arts worker based out of Melbourne, Australia. He is the Artist Ambassador for the aid and development organisation ‘TEAR Australia’ and was the co-founder of community arts organisation, ‘The Centre for Poetics and Justice’ (2010-2013)
Joel has been a youth worker, community arts worker and lecturer for many years, including being on faculty at Tabor College Victoria lecturing in identity formation, spiritual formation, social justice, youth studies and the intersection of these with the creative arts.
Nathan Willis is married to Sandra and together they have four children. Based in Alstonville, Nathan is a legal professional who works in the area of Australian immigration law with most of his clients being humanitarian visa applicants. Nathan has worked at Manus Island Regional Processing Centre and is regularly called upon to make public comments in relation to Australian refugee policy.
Marty Mitchell is a gifted teacher and prophetic musician with a passion for God’s presence. He has a desire to see the body of Christ engage in a level of worship that takes them into the very Throne Room of God. As well as leading worship, he coaches and mentors other worship leaders and teams. Marty serves with Generation Fire, a network of revivalists focused on training and equipping the body of Christ in worship, prayer, and hosting God’s presence. In 2010 Marty and wife Rebekah launched Beholding the Glory Ministries, an itinerant worship and teaching ministry based in Cedar Grove, Qld. They married in 1997 and have four children.
Born and raised in the Unites States, Nathan Harmon began piano training as a boy and music and the piano quickly grew into a lifelong love. After encountering God as a teenager, he dived into the world of worship, serving on various worship teams in different churches, traveling around the USA and the globe playing for different events, and teaching worship and piano. Although music and worship has played a central part in Nathan’s life, God called him to missions through dreams as a child, and the nations have been his primary passion for many years. While studying at Christ for the Nations Institute in Dallas, Texas the Lord called him the nations of Southeast Asia. After graduating, the door was opened to serve in Cambodia with Iris Ministries.
Nathan has been in Cambodia for two and a half years, and is now working alongside a dynamic local church called New Life Fellowship, where he trains and raises up worship leaders and musicians, helps to produce anointed worship music for the Khmer people, and pours into and disciples young believers as they witness a powerful worship movement that is being birthed among the Cambodian Bride.