Rev. Tony Loeffler

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Singer, Songwriter, Blues Hall of Fame Artist and President /Co- Founder of The International Solid Rock, Inc., Rev. Tony Loeffler has been engaged in prison ministry for over 40 years and performed to over one million inmates. He has recorded 15 albums on L&A Records and in 1992 received Presidential Recognition for his song titled, “Proud to be an American for Freedom”. Tony Loeffler performed at the (1996) 30th anniversary, (1998), (1999), (2000) (2003) and (2005) of the renowned Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland alongside some of music’s biggest names (“A major, enjoyable experience,” Loeffler humbly says) and has performed at the Cross Rhythms Festival and numerous other locations throughout England over the last fifteen years.

Debbie Milligan

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Debbie Milligan is the President and Founder of Healing Wings Ministries. As an ordained minister of the Gospel, she is seasoned as a musician, speaker and teacher. Debbie speaks with great authority about real life issues that have been forged in the fire of her own life experiences. She has overcome many storms, including a fatherless childhood, teen years plagued with hard core drugs and alcohol abuse, as well as many years of domestic violence. Her openness and transparency often create a safe refuge that invites others in from the storm. Debbie is a songwriter and recording artist. She has ministered worldwide for 23 years reaching out to those who are broken, bound and spiritually lost with hope for healing and freedom through the transformational love of Jesus Christ. She has a deep passion for people to flourish in the totality of salvation by being restored back to intimacy and God’s original design for wholeness.

Mark and Suzan Mason


Mark and Suzan Mason launched Life on the Verge Ministries in 2011 after serving the local church for over two decades. Their pastoral experience combined with their personal testimony and Mark’s ten years in law enforcement uniquely qualifies them to reach the inmate population and biker community. Music has always played a key role in their ministry and continues to provide an effective platform for the ministry of Life on the Verge. In 2015, Mark was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame and in 2016 the Mason’s released their current album Allergic to Blues under the moniker The Plunders. Mark is also the author of two books: American Idols: Reaching the Starbucks Generation and F-Words That Matter: Fear