Kelsey is a worship leader based out of Southeast Wisconsin.  Kelsey’s passion is to see God glorified as people across all denominations and races are healed, restored, delivered, and transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit through prayer and worship. After graduating the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Kelsey served at CrossPointe Community Church as the Worship Pastor for 5 years where she attended their school of ministry and received her minister license. Kelsey was also connected to Snowdrop Ministries in 2012 where she began to serve as the Worship Leader for Rhea Briscoe until 2018. The Lord began to open doors for Kelsey to take her message of healing and intimacy with the Father to people internationally and she finds no greater privilege than being a vessel that helps further the Gospel of Jesus Christ and His transforming power. 

 In the past 9 years, Kelsey has had the opportunity to minister to many different kinds of churches, independent ministries, and non-profit organizations.  Some of these events include: women’s events, youth conferences, healing conferences, Sunday mornings, and weekend retreats.  In addition to singing, Kelsey is a speaker and a songwriter.  Many of her songs have been written from a place of intimate surrender, faith, and trust as she has walked through obstacles that have revealed how essential it is to live a life of worship.  Worship is not just about a song, and Kelsey has experienced this in its richest form as Jesus has walked with her through several brain surgeries and persistent health complications.  Although the journey is not always easy, it has never left her in a place of wondering whether or not He is still the living God whose will is to heal people's hearts, minds, and bodies today.  Healing and wholeness is for all of His children, and as He heals, He will be glorified and prove Himself greater than all of the principalities, powers, and darkness of this world.

Kelsey is married to her amazing husband Dan and they currently live in Oconomowoc, WI.