Host: Ennie Hickman
With a heart for the marginalized and the forgotten, missionary Ennie Hickman has traveled the United States and abroad for nearly two decades, sharing Jesus Christ with both the churched and the unchurched. As a host of the summer conferences and missionary with Adore Ministries, Ennie has helped transform thousands of lives. Currently, Ennie serves as Adore’s President and is working to expand the apostolate to under-served families and young adults throughout the United States. Ennie serves with his wife, Cana, and their seven children in Houston, TX.
Worship: Ben Walther
Ben Walther began writing songs while serving as a worship leader in college. His first album, Where I Want to Be, launched a season of traveling, giving band members a chance to share their story of hope in God’s abundant blessings. In 2008 he released a six-song EP in a collaborative effort with Robbie Seay of Sparrow Records and Matt Maher. Most recently, working with SpiritandSong.com, a division of OCP, and producer Tom Booth, Ben recorded Make Your Home In Me, a collection of seven new worship songs. A worship leader for St. Thomas More Catholic Church and Adore Ministries, Ben says his most profound blessings are his lovely wife, Maria, their four daughters, and their baby boy.
Team Priest: Fr. Louis Merosne
Father Louis Merosne is madly in love with the Trinity, the Blessed Mother, and the Catholic Church. Born in Haiti, he moved to Boston in 1993. He studied French, philosophy, and theology at Franciscan University from 2002 to 2007. Ordained in 2011, he now serves in Haiti in the Diocese of Anse-à-Veau and Miragoâne under Bishop Pierre-André Dumas. He cannot adequately express in words the gift that is the priesthood. Preaching the good news of Jesus Christ is both a duty and passion for him. His perpetual prayer intention is to be a saintly priest.
Kelly Colangelo has been involved in youth ministry for nearly a decade spreading the Gospel message at retreats, rallies and conferences across the country. She maintains a balance between fun, creative programming and meaningful, in depth catechesis. Her hope is to challenge youth to be everything God intended them to be. Kelly has appeared on EWTN’s Life on the Rock, and has been a contributor to Life Teen blogs. Kelly currently serves as the Director of Youth Ministry at a parish in Florida. She received her Bachelor’s at Niagara University and has a Master’s degree in counseling from Syracuse University. You can find more information about Kelly at www.kellycolangelo.com
Paul J. Kim
Paul J. Kim is an international youth speaker, vocalist, and beatboxer. He enjoys sharing his devotion to Christ Jesus and the new evangelization via music, motivational talks, and comedy. He has released two music albums, Run Fly Fall in 2009, and The World Sings in 2013, both available on iTunes. He has been featured in videos on YouTube that have over a million views. His background includes work as a marriage and family therapist, missionary, and youth minister. In his free time, Paul enjoys long walks on the beach, talking to strangers in random accents, and pointing out God’s sense of humor. He married his best friend, Maggie, in 2013, and welcomed their first baby Audrey in 2014.
Megan Mastroianni is the campus minister at Mount de Sales Academy in Baltimore, Maryland. She graduated from Franciscan University with a degree in psychology and then worked for Generation Life as a pro-life and chastity speaker. In her three years there, traveling the United States and Europe, she spoke to tens of thousands of high school and college students in their classrooms, as well as at retreats, conferences, assemblies, and rallies. Although her primary focus at Generation Life was to speak on chastity, theology of the body, and pro-life issues, she has given talks on modesty, femininity and masculinity, media, vocations, Mary, confession, and conversion. Megan’s hope is for people to have a deeper desire for intimacy with Christ.