Pope Benedict XVI named him the fifth bishop of Lansing on Feb. 27, 2008.  Bishop Boyea was formally installed as Lansing's ordinary on April 29, 2008. Read more at:


Bart has more than 28 years of ministry experience. Raised in a Catholic home, he drifted away from the Church during high school and college. Following a desperate plea to God while in an NFL Locker room, Bart had a powerful encounter with the Father’s love. His journey took him across much of the Body of Christ, fueling his passion for the intimate and powerful presence of God.


Bart has been instrumental in the Center’s growth. He is a regular speaker at conferences and retreats, developed the Centers’ “Day of Equipping” conference, and co-developed its “ABLAZE!” men’s conference. He has a deep passion to see people encounter the Father’s love. Bart re-entered the Church several years ago, bringing with him a vibrant love of God’s people. He’s been married for over 20 years and has four children.


A priest summed up Bart when he said, “He is one of the most passionate men for God that I know…. His heart is for the Church to live into the fullness of who She’s called to be.”


Andrew Laubacher, known as ALOB, is a worship leader and singer/songwriter from Ventura, CA. He recently released his first full length album, No Match for Love, in summer 2017. This new project, as well as his first EP, Living Water, are available on iTunes. Being inspired by artists such as Rich Mullins and Matt Maher, he has developed a real heart for service through music. His ministry has helped communities across the country open up to the healing power of God’s love – yet, he feels constantly ministered to as people share their stories of faith, suffering, and hope with him everywhere he goes. More info, dates, and music can be found at For booking, contact


Fr. Adam Nowak is a Catholic priest in the Archdiocese of Detroit and serves as Associate Pastor at St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church in Allen Park. He was ordained on 08 June 2019 after graduating from Sacred Heart Major Seminary with degrees in theology and philosophy. Prior to entering seminary Fr. Adam studied at the University of Detroit Mercy, receiving a degree in psychology and religious studies, and was a coordinator of youth ministry.


Fr. Paul was raised in Saline, MI, the middle of three children. After graduating from Saline High School, he attended EMU for two years before transferring into St. John Vianney College Seminary. After graduating from St. John Vianney, he continued his studies at Sacred Heart Major Seminary. He was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Lansing in 2013. He spent his first two years serving as Parochial Vicar to St. Gerard Catholic Church and has been the Chaplain to Lansing Catholic High School from 2015 to the present.


Be Love Revolution (BLR) began in 2013 in Ann Arbor, Michigan with the intention of helping young women know the personal and transformative love of Jesus and grow into mature disciples. BLR desires to personally accompany young women on their journey of faith, forming them to live freely and confidently as daughters of God, and empowering them to be God’s love in the world today.