Pastor Eugene Cho
Eugene is the founder and executive director of One Day’s Wages, “a movement of people, stories, and actions to alleviate extreme global poverty.” He is also the founding and lead pastor of Quest Church and the founder/executive director of Q Cafe–a unique non-profit community cafe and music venue in Seattle. In the truest sense, Eugene is wicked and depraved but redeemed by the grace of God; Blessed by revelation and compelled to respond as a herald of resurrection, redemption, and reconciliation. He travels nationally and globally to speak as an advocate for issues of mercy, justice and compassion. Eugene blogs regularly on issues of faith, leadership, justice, ministry and utilizing social media for good. Born in Korea, he immigrated to the United States at age six and grew up in San Francisco and now lives in Seattle with his wife, Minhee, and three children. For more info about Eugene, check out his website: http://eugenecho.com.
Major Danielle Strickland
Danielle serves in The Salvation Army as an officer – currently doing grassroots community in a marginalized community in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She leads the Canadian arm of Stop The Traffik and is internationally recognized in her capacity as a leader, speaker, writer, justice advocate, mission developer, worship leader, and church planter. Danielle has written Just Imagine: the Social Justice Agenda; Challenging Evil; The Liberating Truth: How Jesus Empowers Women and most recently, BOUNDLESS; Living Life in Overflow. Danielle is passionately committed to seeing God’s Kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven, is married to Stephen, and is the mother of three boys. For more info about Stop The Traffik, please visit: http://stropthetraffik.org
In the summer of 2009, the Lord gifted a unified vision to the hearts of six friends from Orlando, Florida. That vision quickly developed into the atmospheric worship band now known as Bellarive. Their heart is to craft artistic worship music for the creation to sing straight to the Father above. Bellarive believes that God is calling them to lead these songs not just inside the four walls of a church, but to whoever will lend an ear. Band member Sean Curran says it this way, “The Creator is continuously stirring the souls of all His children toward Himself. We believe that God creates His children with specific design to reveal and bring glory to Himself in unique ways. For the six of us, that gift is creating music.” The band believes there to be a beautiful relationship between Spirit and sound and expresses that connection through individual and corporate worship. Singer Melissa Mage states, “We pray that we would be the conduit between the Creator and His creation and that His glory would always be the focal point.” For more info about Bellarive, check out their website: www.bellarive.com.
With an uncompromising message intertwined with hot rhythms and beats, Los Angeles based Propaganda puts together potent relevant lyrically that reach across the spectrum of youth and pop culture. He is eloquently bold in the message of each song and never shies away from a strong poetic element in his music. His subject matter ranges from staying accountable God to boldly standing up for one's faith both in word and deed. Highly respected in the LA underground scene, "Props" has gained a national and international following. After years of training and as the youngest member of the Los Angeles based mega crew “The Tunnel Rats,” he now boasts full-length albums, two feature films, countless cameo appearances and a chance to write with and perform with Krs One. Dynamic, soulful, experimental and clever, we are excited to have Propaganda join us for Regeneration 2014.