Immigrating to the United States in her teens, SaeJin Lee studied art, religion, and music at Goshen College. Saejin has served as a visual and worship artist in many Anabaptist settings including Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Mennonite World Conference, Believers’ Church Conference, and Women Doing Theology Conference for Mennonite Church USA. She has also led worship regularly at her home congregation, Hively Avenue Mennonite Church. Since 2016, she worked as a member of the Mennonite Worship and Song Committee that produced Voices Together, a new worship book for the North American Mennonite Church. Currently living in Chicago, Saejin is a children’s advocate at a non-profit organization serving survivors of sexual and domestic violence.
Lane Miller graduated from Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS) in 2013 with a MDiv in theology. He has taught workshops across the Midwest on worship and music, led worship for Pastors Week at AMBS, and served as Pastor of Worship and Formation at Kern Road Mennonite Church. His current research is on the intersection between theology and economics while he works as an investment manager and macroeconomic researcher in Chicago, Illinois.