Stuart Hall provides vision and leadership for two highly effective organizations (Orange & V21). He deeply desires to develop spiritually influential students that engage culture. Stuart partners with great organizations like the Fellowship of Christian Athletes to develop students as leaders, he travels and speaks to thousands of students, leaders, coaches and parents each year, has coauthored three books (The Seven Checkpoints: Seven Principles Every Teenager Needs to Know, MAX Q: Developing Students of Influence and Wired: For a Life of Worship, Leaders Edition), and hopes to one day author one or two more. Stuart laughs incessantly and serves as a volunteer high school varsity girls basketball coach. He relishes watching his son play football at Duke University, his oldest daughter play basketball at Rollins College, and his youngest daughter play soccer everywhere. Stuart loves his beautiful wife Kellee with every fiber of his being.
Jamey is a pastor, speaker and writer of student content for North Point Ministries in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to serving as the Director of InsideOut at the Buckhead campus, he is also one of the voices speaking into the content and strategy for all six North Point locations in the Atlanta area. His greatest passion is to show students that knowing Jesus is the greatest thing on the planet and inspire them to live radically for Him. As a long time friend of BigStuf, Jamey loves getting to speak, write and dream with the Bigstuf family every summer. In his spare time he can be found speaking at student events, writing and brainstorming with his friends at XP3 student curriculum, coaching new and aspiring communicators and hanging with his beautiful wife Sara and their two children Cashman and Peyton.
Reed Moore is currently the high school director of Gwinnett Church, one of the Atlanta area churches of North Point Ministries. After graduating from the University of Georgia, Reed felt called to pursue a life in student ministry. His fun, energetic and inspirational style of communicating helps students connect with God, empowering them to live out their faith in a way that makes a difference in their world. Reed and his wife Morgan have two kids, Blakely and Miles.
Gerald serves as a high school groups director and communicator at Browns Bridge Church, a North Point Ministries church in Cumming, Georgia. He has a passion for recruiting, developing and supporting leaders to walk through life with students as well as a love for communicating biblical teaching in a relevant and engaging way. His heart is that every student would be introduced to love, acceptance and grace throughout their high school years. In his free time, Gerald will always jump at the chance to be with friends, no matter if they’re gathered around the dinner table or just playing board games. He is also a connoisseur of Cookout milkshakes and a die hard Nike supporter.
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Trey McKnight is a worship leader, stage host and online host for North Point Ministries’ Atlanta campuses, and serves on staff at Woodstock City Church as the Inside Out Director for High School Ministry. His intense passion for life, for people, and for seeing life change in people is remarkably evident, and he desires nothing more than to point everyone he meets to the best life through Jesus Christ. Prior to his staff role, Trey served a broad range of roles in software sales, firefighting, recruiting, and the fitness industry. He lives in Atlanta with his beautiful wife, Jamie, and their gloriously energetic 4 year-old son, Mason.
Chris has been with BigStuf as a worship leader for four years now and also leads worship back home in Atlanta at North Point Community Church. Before joining us at BigStuf, Chris was touring the country as a vocal artist and performer. In 2010, Chris was invited to join the international cast of the world renowned Michael Jackson tribute show, “Man in the Mirror” as a featured vocalist. He was also personally invited by writer/producer/director Tyler Perry to join the cast of his stage play “Laugh to Keep From Crying” on a U.S. tour. Most recently, Chris was a member of Adam Levine’s team on NBC’s hit show The Voice. He has worked with the likes of Robin Thicke, Matt Nathanson, Amos Lee, Gavin DeGraw, Edwin McCain, 112, and performed the National Anthem for First Lady Michelle Obama at her Let’s Move campaign anniversary in Atlanta. When he’s not singing, Chris is hanging out with his wife Sandra and getting ready for the arrival of their first child this year.
Paul has been leading worship at Bigstuf Camps for the past 5 years. He is a native of Savannah, GA, but now lives in Atlanta with his wife, Lauren, and their two children, Gracelynn and Roman. Paul is a songwriter and worship leader who has served at Gwinnett Church for the past 6 years, leading worship almost every week for the adult and student services. Paul is the founder of FRVR FREE, a nonprofit company whose purpose is to create events where students can experience the freedom of Jesus. Paul’s greatest desire is for people of all ages, races, and backgrounds to encounter the presence of Jesus and to know His love.
Chris Coleman has led worship and played guitar with the Bigstuf Band since 2008. When he’s not spending his summer with us, he regularly leads worship at North Point Community Church’s middle and high school environments. He also travels to events and churches all across the country leading worship with his band. Chris lives just outside of Atlanta with his wife, Lauren, and their two dogs, Chipper and Hudson.
A country girl living in the greater Atlanta area, Molley enjoys the simple things and is always looking for the beauty that life offers. Since she has come alive in the love of Jesus by having her own heart restored, there is nothing she loves more than to see others also come alive to who they are in Jesus. She loves singing from her heart and inviting others through music into the boundless and life-giving love of God. On another note, she likes perfume, makeup, shopping, coffee (with lots of cream and sugar), flowers, The Sound of Music, manicures, Dr. Pepper, being outside, and spending time with her niece and nephews.
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Clay Finnesand is young worship leader who will be joining BigStuf for the first time this summer. Clay started worship ministry in 2009, and for the last 3 years he led with the Liberty Worship Collective, a band that leads Liberty University’s 10,000 residential students in worship an average of 4 times a week, in addition to weekend travels to many different churches and retreats. Currently, Clay serves regularly with North Point Community Church’s high school ministry, InsideOut, while also working as a singer-songwriter in Nashville, TN.
Adam serves as the Broadcast Worship Director at Newspring Church in Anderson, SC. He has lead worship at Bigstuf over the past 5 years and also attended BigStuf as a student all through his high school years. He is originally from Gainesville, GA, but now lives in South Carolina with his wife, Hannah, and their two children, Gabriel and Remi. Adam’s hope is for all generations present and future to know the true character of God and to know His love for them.
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Sam Collier is a host and communicator at North Point Ministries as well as the Director of City Strategy for The reThink Group. He is, also, a nationally syndicated radio host of “A Greater Story.” His radio show airs in 45 cities across the country. Sam is a top 20 Gospel Billboard producer, founder of No Losing, Inc and co-founder of The Resource Group—a faith-based consulting firm. Sam is known for having an infectiously fun personality and in all of these roles, he has empowered over 100 thousand young people to achieve their goals by having a winning mindset in life and by making education relevant to young people in a creative and fun way!
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Toni Collier is a host and communicator at North Point Ministries, on-camera personality at The reThink Group, Fellowship of Christian Athletes public school speaker and co-founder of The Resource Group: A faith based consulting firm. Toni is known for her vibrant personality, charisma and all around welcoming spirit. You will frequently hear her shout the sentence; “Broken crayons still color!” as she has a passion to help women and teens believe in the idea that no matter their difficult story or walls of weakness, God still has an incredible plan to go along with the incredible purpose He’s placed in their life.
Joseph Sojourner has emerged as one of the most promising voices of the next generation. The hip-hop recording artist, writer, and communicator is passionate about engaging the next generation of leaders in the church and throughout culture. Sojourner serves as the emcee and a communicator for BigStuf camps, the emcee of Catalyst Conferences, a keynote speaker for Orange, Growing Leaders, and Youth Pastor Summit, while continuing to communicate throughout the globe for churches and events. Sojourner’s passion for Jesus, love for people, and honest creativity are what make his voice unique.
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Brandon has been playing drums on a professional level for nearly 15 years. At the young age of fifteen he began his first run on tour and has since played for many national and internationally known artists, including Mac Powell, Aaron Shust, Matt Redman, and David Crowder. He was also a member of the worship band, Fee. When at home, he attends and plays for the network of churches that make up North Point Ministries in the Atlanta area. Brandon lives just outside of Atlanta with his wife, Amanda, and their dog, Copper.
Pablo’s passion for music began when his fingers first hit a keyboard at 7 years old. Throughout the 25 years that have followed, Pablo has moved from Bolivia to Japan, New York, Missouri, and Georgia, where he now resides with his wife, Leah. Pablo’s love for the keyboard and most recent interest in sound design/programming has led him to play with many churches throughout the Greater Atlanta area and has even given him the opportunity to work with artists such as Israel Houghton, Martha Munizzi, various Spanish Christian artists, and even Jesus Culture on multiple occasions. Pablo’s greatest desire is to create an environment where God’s people can encounter and worship Him freely.
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Growing up in a musician’s home, Joe picked up his first pair of drumsticks when he was just 6 years old. Playing professionally now for over 15 years, Joe has had the privilege of playing for artists such as Kristian Stanfill, Passion Band, and Christy Nockels. Over the last 3 years, Joe has transitioned into a full-time track writer and producer, working with top artists such as Garth Brooks, Maren Morris, Kelsea Ballerini, and Brett Eldredge. Joe lives in Nashville, TN with his wife, Blake and two children, Jack and Rosie.
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Chad started playing guitar when he was 5, and has been doing it professionally since he was 16. Chad serves at North Point Community Church when he is home in Atlanta. He also travels with their high school band across the country. He has played for Lauren Daigle, Aaron Shust, Laura Story, Meredith Andrews and others. When he is not playing music, you can find Chad flying airplanes. He has had his pilots license since he was 17. Above all of that, Chad’s biggest passion is Jesus Christ and leading worship for others to encounter Him in a unique way.
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Tim enjoyed growing up in a musical family, learning theory and picking up lessons on the piano and guitar from his mother from an early age. He fell in love with the bass as a teenager and has been playing ever since, and began playing professionally 12 years ago. Tim plays at his home church Gwinnett Church on a weekly basis (a North Point Ministries campus), where he also works as an Associate Music Director for their adult environment and as Music Director for their middle school environment, and has had opportunities to travel and play for various artists and conferences like the Catalyst Conference and the Dave Ramsey Smart conference. Aside from playing the bass, Tim loves to spend time with his wife and kids, read one of the four books he’s started but not finished (ha), spend time outside and breathe in the fresh air, do something creative, or hang out with friends. Tim lives in the Atlanta area with his wife Jodi and their four children, Avia, Judah, Rhodes, and Isla.
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Sean first began drumming in his church youth band growing up. That band grew a desire to begin writing and recording songs which lead Sean into experiencing tracking and producing for the first time. Songwriting, tracking, producing and mixing has since become Sean’s full-time career. Sean also serves local churches in the Atlanta area as a musician. Sean lives in Dacula, Goergia, with his wife Crystal and his three daughters, Rylynn, Paisley, and Morgan.
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For the past 15 years, Tim’s career as a bass player and songwriter has led him to work with some of Christian Music’s top talents. He has had the pleasure of playing live and in the studio with artists like Third Day, Casting Crowns, Kristian Stanfill, Christy Nockels, Aaron Shust, and Matt Redman. When he’s not playing bass, Tim is hanging out with his wife Natalie and their children, August, Pierce, and Annabelle.