Publicly known as Trip Lee, Pastor Trip has released five studio albums, two books, and has spoken and performed around the world. Despite his fruitful itinerant ministry, Trip has always had a deep passion for local church ministry. He has served as a staff member, leader, and elder while calling many cities home. His primary passion is to help build a healthy church where disciples are made and Jesus is exalted. Trip is married to Jessica and they have two kids: Q and Selah.
A native of Houston, Texas, and a graduate of Baylor University, John received an MA from Dallas Theological Seminary. He previously served as college pastor at Lifeline Bible Fellowship before moving to Atlanta in 2009 to become the co-founder of Blueprint Church, where he served as the teaching pastor for five years. He and his wife, Shawndra, have been married for eight years.
Ross is 37 years old and he lives in Blairgowrie with his wife Sue and their children, Daniel & Katie. He has worked as a full time musician, a high school English teacher, and he now works full time as a pastor at BBC as he has since 2006.
Matt Chewning grew up in New Jersey and became a Christian while attending college just outside of Boston. After working in the corporate world for six years, Matt and his wife, Beth, along with their four children, were called to plant Netcast Church on the North Shore of Boston. Since launching in 2011, Netcast has become one of the fastest growing churches in New England and has a vision of planting 40 churches in greater Boston over the next 40 years.