T{4} 2022 SPEAKERS & Worship



Jamie Ivey is the creator and host of the popular podcast, “The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey,” a central gathering place for talking about life and Jesus. Jamie told the raw, redemptive story that brought her to this place in her debut book, “If You Only Knew.” Now she’s telling the story that keeps her going and frames her God-empowering message today, You Be You: Why Satisfaction and Success Are Closer. Jamie and her husband, Aaron, make their home for six, plus guests—come anytime!—in Austin, Texas.

Learn more at jamieivey.com or on Instagram @jamieivey

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Katherine is a communicator and advocate, leveraging her own redemptive story to encourage those with broken bodies, broken brains, and broken hearts. Engaging both faith-based and secular communities, she seeks to bridge the gap between those disabled on the outside and those disabled on the inside with the hope that Jesus brings healing to the deepest pains we all carry. She currently resides in Atlanta with her husband, Jay, and two sons, James and John.


To connect with her, visit hopeheals.com or on Instagram @hopeheals



Jess Connolly is a woman who wants to leave her generation more in awe of God than she found it. She is passionate about family, God’s Word, and seeing women take their place in the kingdom. She’s an author, a church leader, and a coach. She’s written nine books-including Wild and Free with Hayley Morgan, You Are the Girl for the Job, and Breaking Free from Body Shame. Jess and her husband Nick live in Charleston, SC with their kids Elias, Gloriana, Benjamin, and Cannon, where they’ve planted Bright City Church.


Learn more at: jessconnolly.com or on Instagram @jessaconnolly/@breakingfreefrombodyshame/@goandtellgals



Toni Collier was born and raised in Houston, Texas but now resides in Atlanta, the city she now calls home with her husband, Sam, and daughter, Dylan. Toni is a speaker, a host, a teacher, faith advocate and consultant that has helped organizations with student ministry, creative marketing, leadership, and strategic planning. She’s also the founder of a women’s ministry called Broken Crayons Still Color that helps women process through brokenness and get to hope.


Learn more at tonijcollier.com or on Instagram @tonijcollier



LaToria brings an eclectic feel to the hip-hop music she makes and aims to display hope through her lyrics. LaToria has performed with a variety of artists like Brandon Arreaga of PRETTY MUCH, Matthew Schuler, Dez Duron and Brandon Chase of THE VOICE, Lecrae, Ellie Holcomb, Christy Nockels, Jeremy Camp, FLAME, and more. In 2016 she was nominated for a Kingdom Choice Award. Most recently she made DJ Wade-O’s list of “12 Women Christian Hip Hop Can’t Live Without” and also co-wrote a song with members of The Village Church called “Walk With You” that was performed live at the MLK 50 conference in Memphis.


Learn more at latoriamusic.com or on Instagram @latoriamusic

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Jackie Hill Perry is a writer, poet, bible teacher, and hip-hop artist whose latest album, Crescendo, was released in May 2018. Since becoming a Christian, she has been compelled to use her speaking and teaching gifts to share the light of the gospel of God as authentically as she can. She is the author of Gay Girl, Good God: The Story of Who I Was, Who God Has Always Been, and her most recent book Holier Than Thou: How God’s Holiness Helps Us Trust Him. At home, she is a wife to Preston and Mommy to Eden, Autumn, and Sage.

Learn more at jackiehillperry.com or on Instagram @jackiehillperry



Elisabeth Hasselbeck is a graduate of Boston College where she majored in Studio Art. Upon graduation, she went on to design footwear for PUMA and competed in Survivor: The Australian Outback.  Elisabeth co-hosted The View on ABC for ten years and then joined FOX & Friends two years as a co-host. Elisabeth is a New York Times best-selling author and founder of NoGii, a gluten-free food company.  She is a member of the veteran’s nonprofit, TeamRWBand, and sits on the advisory board of The Positivity Project. Elisabeth is married to former NFL quarterback and current ESPN analyst, Tim Hasselbeck, and they have three children, Grace, Taylor, and Isaiah.

Learn more here or on Instagram @elisabethhasselbeck



Masey McLain is an actress most known for her role as Rachel Joy Scott in the film, I'm Not Ashamed. Today Masey continues to pursue her passion in film, TV and music, as well as communicates to young people about living a life full of passion and purpose. Masey is an author of a book (devotional) entitled, It's Worth It, and has debuted her first EP as singer/songwriter called To The Dreamers.  Masey currently plays Ashley Baxter on the MGM/Roma Downey TV series, The Baxters-- a scripted drama based on the book series by Karen Kingsbury. 


Learn more at maseymclainofficial.com or on Instagram @maseymclain

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Esther Havens Mann is a bridge-builder, fostering relationships across continents, cultures, and perspectives. She's an advocate for those in need and has created iconic imagery for charity: water, Warby Parker, TOMS, Salvation Army among dozens of other organizations.  Over the past 15 years, Esther has worked in over 75 countries working to raise millions of dollars in funding for multiple organizations, such as, clean water initiatives, anti-trafficking efforts, health care and more. She's constantly striving to transform the way people see themselves and each other and she hopes her work inspires you to look for the beauty in all humanity.


Learn more at estherhavens.com or on Instagram @estherhavens

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Jaleesa has been a worship leader at The Austin Stone in Austin, TX since 2013. She is passionate about seeing people connect with God in a Sunday context in a way that spills into their daily lives and rhythms of worshipping Jesus. Jaleesa spends much of her time investing in the development of female worship leaders and teaching worship ministry philosophy. Her hope is that the next generation would pursue God humbly, connect with the person of Jesus and follow Him in a way that leads to true heart surrender and deep joy. 


Learn more at austinstoneworship.com or on Instagram @jaleesa_mac

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Mallory Martin serves as a Team Freedom Director for International Justice Mission and has been on the IJM team for 7 years! In this role, Mallory has the opportunity to steward professional athlete and influencer families in their relationship with IJM and how they can walk alongside this mission of protecting the poor from violence. She frequently travels to speak at seminars, conferences, and other settings to share about IJM’s mission. 

Mallory will be sharing about IJM’s work to rescue girls and women around the world who are suffering from violence and abuse.  

(Some speakers/artists may appear virtually)