A consistent force on Christian CHR and rock radio, Dove Award-winning Seventh Day Slumber has sold a combined total of nearly 500,000 units to date, landing two Billboard #1 albums, five #1 singles and 14 Top 10 hits in a career spanning 20 years.
Christy is a singer, songwriter, recording artist and worship leader. She has a Certificate in Worship Ministry from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and leads worship in jails, prisons, conferences, celebrate recovery meetings, church events and services, revivals and more. She serves on a prison ministry team “Sing for the King Ministries” with her husband, James, and former inmate and friend, Johnny. They offer worship services to the incarcerated through praise and worship, the preaching of the Word, and a testimony of a life changed in prison.
Since 1993, Team Xtreme has seen millions of young people face to face with the relevant Truth of the Gospel in every corner of the world. Team Xtreme breaks through old walls of tradition, False Religions, Addictions, and Lies. We see the lost set free, the church renewed and watch entire nations be turned upside down for Christ!
Over 85 Nations and thousands of cities have hosted Team Xtreme in arenas, schools, public spaces, and prisons and more, while demonstrating a powerful and bold proclamation of a life freeing message!
If you are here Friday night you will have seen Brothers McClurg on the Main Stage. They said they would love to hang out with the people and something a little more intimate in the campground on Saturday morning, so check out the Ezra Stage for another session of Brothers McClurg "Around the Mic - in the campground"! To read the full profile visit their Main Stage profile page at BROTHERS MCCLURG BIO
Sioux City-based Bread of Stone is a unique band that puts service and ministry before self-ambition. Taking their name from a vision of being unfit then transformed to be used for God’s work.
The development of Bread of Stone as artist began simply with a calling received by Ben and Bill’s father that the brothers should start a music ministry. They dually started music lessons and then began performing in local churches.
“A message of Hope wrapped in an Acoustic Rock package” characterizes the sound and purpose of 9th Hour.
This Kansas City area based Adult Contemporary Christian Rock/Worship group has been performing at community events, concert venues, coffee houses, churches and festivals throughout the Midwest since 2004.
We are the worship team for the Northern Hills Baptist Church youth. Our mission is to first worship Jesus with all of our hearts and glorify him in our lives and our songs. Our second mission is to train up our youth to be able to worship and lead worship.
We are currently comprised of seven youth and three adults, though that is subject to change due to availability, high school graduations and job changes.
John Sandberg is the worship director at Community Covenant Church in Kearney, Missouri. John has been playing solo and small band gigs in and around the Kansas City area for 15 years, and has performed at Nehemiah Festival almost every year that it has been held.
I grew up in a Christian home listening to Michael Card, and Steven Curtis Chapman, and from there my admiration for music grew.
Brothers McClurg’s roots-worship captures the richness of traditional Americana while appealing to the authenticity revered by modern listeners. Based out of Buffalo, New York, their legacy of music and ministry spans three generations and has a deep heritage of serving the local church. It’s their transparency as people and dedication to their craft that allows the nuances of beautiful art to merge with the intimacy of worshipping God.