Megan Fate Marshman has devoted her life to loving and listening to God and overflowing His love to others. In addition to speaking internationally to a wide variety of audiences, Megan empowers women as the Director of Women’s Ministries at Hume Lake Christian Camps and shepherds young adults into a deeper relationship with Jesus at Arbor Road Church. She holds a Master’s degree in organizational leadership from Azusa Pacific University and is driven to inspire, equip and support others in experiencing spiritual formation for lifetime faith.

Megan recently released her second book entitled SelfLess which will leave you walking away think less ABOUT yourself and more OF yourself at the same time.

During her time working at David C Cook Publishing, Megan co-wrote the book 7 Family Ministry Essentials and served as the Director of Events Student Resources as she led a team in creating TruIdentity: a spiritually forming, Christ centered and family empowered youth ministry curriculum line. Megan lives in Long Beach, California with her husband and two boys.




Hoku Clements was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, the daughter of Hawaiian music icon Don Ho. She became a pop star in her own right under the single-name moniker “Hoku” at the age of 18, finding success with such hits as "Another Dumb Blonde,” "The Burrito Song," “Oxygen,” and the Legally Blonde Movie Soundtrack anthem, "Perfect Day.” When the demands of pop stardom began to chafe against her Christian faith, she walked away from her mainstream pop career and settled into quiet life outside of the limelight. She continued songwriting and began leading worship, ultimately discovering a passion for both. After dabbling in careers in songwriting and studio session recording, she finally set her focus on what would become her strongest and deepest calling: motherhood. She began leading worship alongside her husband at The Shoreline Church of San Clemente, and was eventually recruited by the Branches Church of OC in 2011, where she and her husband still serve as Arts and Worship Architects today. Scribbled prayers and journal entries became songs, and a vision for a new expression of Hoku’s musical gifts began to unfold—a merging of her passion for worship, her extensive experience as a songwriter and performer, and a newfound calling to share the songs and stories God had given her with the world. Her new worship EP, Called By Name, is available everywhere.




A true Southern California local, Krystal attended Carlsbad High School and graduated with her BFA in Television & Broadcast Journalism from Chapman University. She is currently in her 9th season as a producer at NFL Network in Los Angeles, working on shows like GameDay Live, Total Access, and 21st & Prime. Additionally, she can be found on the sideline or in the broadcast booth with CBS Sports for NFL on CBS and NCAA March Madness. Krystal is also on the Mission Community Impact Team at North Coast Calvary Chapel, where she works with non-profits in San Diego and internationally in Nepal. She has completed seven half marathons, wants to see all 7 Wonders of the World and loves her dog named Marliey!