Toyin Crandell
Toyin Crandell

Toyin is a singer/songwriter, multi-talented musician, entrepreneur, and keynote speaker, driven by the desire to be an agent of positive change. She hosted the first African Gospel Music TV show aired weekly across Canada “African Gospel Vibes with Toyin Dada”, received the African Entertainment award for Best African Female Gospel artist in Canada (2011), In 2015 she was selected as one of the “100 Black Women To Watch” in Canada. A Bachelor of Science graduate from York University, Toyin has been honored with numerous academic, community, and arts awards.

Joshua Crandell
Joshua Crandell

A singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Joshua displays his passion for giving and for exceeding expectations in everything he does. Joshua’s childhood affinity for music has resulted in ten years (and counting) of songwriting, arranging, performing and teaching experience. He has had countless on-stage opportunities to share his talent with thousands.

Mia Thomas
Mia Thomas

Mia is an author, singer-songwriter, and artist. An Hon. BA graduate of the University of Toronto (English, Linguistics, and Communication Theory), as well as PISTIS School of Ministry, Mia has always been fascinated by the creative and liberating power of language. She serves as the administrator of a non-profit organization, investing her skills and passions into mobilizing youth in community outreach through the arts.

Veronica Tavares
Veronica Tavares

Veronica is a Toronto-born artist, poet, musician, singer, designer, and writer. Born with a passion for the fine arts, she pursued art with an exuberant joy, despite discouragement from teachers, peers, family, and friends. Veronica graduated from York with a B.F.A., double majoring in Visual Arts and English, and has left behind all other “Plan B’s” to pursue art with a purpose. Her passion is to see people liberated from lies, inspired to action, motivated to movement, and drawn closer to Christ, which is one of the major goals of her artwork.

Julia McDonald
Julia McDonald

Julia is a missionary and dance instructor. While studying at Tyndale University College and Seminary, and serving as a youth ministry leader for the past three years, she has participated in four missions trips to Mexico, New Orleans, Haiti, and New Jersey. She is now pursuing various mentorship and teaching opportunities in missions and dance.