Andy Mineo, Trip Lee & more to appear at Legacy 2016

Many familiar faces — including Andy Mineo, Trip Lee, Thabiti Anyabwile, Jackie Hill Perry, Propaganda and Thi’sl — will minister at the 10th anniversary of Legacy Conference this summer in Chicago.

Legacy has begun registration and revealed artists, pastors and other guests who will serve at the annual conference, which will run from July 21-23. The theme of this year’s event is Missio Dei.

“What have we been called to pour our lives out for?” Legacy’s official website reads. “What is our mission? Furthermore, how do we do that in increasingly challenging environments? Missio Dei is Latin for ‘The mission of God.’ We, the people of God, have been called to be on the mission of God in making disciples of all nations. Legacy Conference 2016 seeks to equip Christian leaders in the urban context to do just that.”

Here is that list of ministers, according to, where you can register for the conference today.

Legacy 2016 Ministers

  • Andy Mineo
  • Anna Perez
  • Art Azurdia
  • BJ Thompson
  • Bobby Scott
  • Candace Obadina
  • Carl Ellis
  • Corey Buchanan
  • Cristina Mineo
  • D.A. Horton
  • Dr. Dan Baugh
  • Darryl Williamson
  • Decipha
  • Dee Wilson
  • Derrick Puckett
  • Dhati Lewis
  • Diamone Ukegbu
  • Ekemini Uwan
  • Elbert McGowan
  • Elicia Horton
  • Eric Redmond
  • Eric Rivera
  • Erick Correa
  • Erikah Rivera
  • HB Charles
  • Heidi Dye
  • Itohon Omolere
  • Jackson Crum
  • Jackie Hill Perry
  • Jarvis Williams
  • Jemar Tisby
  • Joe Thorn
  • Joe and Amy Uyeda
  • John Onwuchekwa
  • John Richards
  • Jon Dennis
  • Jon Skehan
  • Jonathan Brooks
  • Joseph Dicks
  • Joseph Solomon
  • Json
  • K.A. Ellis
  • Kempton Turner
  • Kevin Gwin
  • Kristie Anyabwile
  • Lamar Simms
  • Melody Fabien
  • Miguel Davilla
  • Muche Ukegbu
  • Natalie Lauren
  • Odd Thomas
  • Philip Holmes
  • Preston Perry
  • Propaganda
  • Rich Perez
  • Roy “Soup” Campbell
  • Sho Baraka
  • Swoope
  • Terrence Jones
  • Thabiti Anyabwile
  • The Ambassador
  • Thi’sl
  • Tommy “Urban D” Kyllonen
  • Trip Lee
  • Victor Sholar
  • Walter Strickland
  • Wade-O


Written by David Daniels

David Daniels is a columnist at and the managing editor of He has been published at Desiring God, The Gospel Coalition, Christianity Today, CCM Magazine, Bleacher Report, The Washington Times and HipHopDX.

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