Liz Theoharis, Co-Chair (with Rev. Dr. William Barber) of the Poor People’s Campaign, Director of the Kairos Center for Religions, Rights, and Social Justice is a Freedom Award recipient and has been named one of 11 Women Shaping the Church. Politico 50 lists her among “thinkers, doers, and visionaries whose ideas are driving politics.”
Josh Scott is a re-framer, a reclaimer, a re-imagining leader – an innovative, prophetic communicator from the progressive pioneering GracePointe Church.
Melva Sampson, rising from her work as curator of Pink Robe Chronicles and Raising Womanish Girls, this prolific Professor of Preaching and Practical Theology is certain to become an instant Wild Goose favorite.
Neal Stephens is a soul/RnB artist who likes to think of himself as a double soul singer – singing from “his soul to the soul.” Neal’s passionate rich baritone voice will reach out and touch his listeners at Wild Goose.
EleventySeven is high energy and with an insistently danceable vibe. From a rich history that includes multiple albums, EPs, and singles, including recording with Sony Japan, they will light up Wild Goose main stage.