Identity Church Coordinators Team: Our ICCT recognizes the authority of God, and realizes that we are servants under the Chief Shepherd, Jesus Christ. We desire to devote ourselves to prayer. Our passion and goal is to equip the believers for the work of the ministry until we all attain maturity in the fullness of Christ.

Worship Coordinator:
Mariella Kazemi.

Mariella is from The Netherlands wile her husband Kevin was born in Iran and grew up in Sweden. Their journey together began as students with Youth With A Mission (YWAM) in South Africa, where they met. They transitioned into leaders, working with YWAM for many years as missionaries in Cape Town, South Africa and traveled to the United States over the past decade as well. Together they have traveled to over 45 nations and now live and serve as missionaries in Ohio with their two daughters. Mariella is passionate about worship and loves to lead people to connect with God’s presence. 

Children’s Coordinator:
Lindsay Kazemi. 
Lindsay grew up in Ohio while her husband Alex was born in Iran and raised in Sweden. They were both in a season of their life, before they met, where they were growing in the Word of God and during this time Lindsay did an internships with International House of Prayer (IHOP). They met shortly after that on a mission trip in Armenia. After they got married they moved to Charlotte, North Carolina. They, along with their two daughters, relocated back to Ohio in 2018 to be part of the planting of Identity Church. Lindsay is passionate about the younger generation and seeing them discover their true identity in Christ. 
Prayer Coordinator:
Billy Druckenbrod. 

Billy and Jill met at Malone University, a local Christian college. They have 2 beautiful children, Sofia and Isaac. Bill is a Canton, Ohio native, and has had the opportunity to lead corporate-wide church prayer meetings in the region in the last several years. Jill grew up overseas in Chile with her family on the mission field until age 8, and then they transitioned back to the US and settled down in Pennsylvania. Together they share a passion for the Nations and are excited to help create a Presence focused culture at Identity Church!

Women’s Coordinator:
Phyllis Bond.
Phyllis is a native of Canton, Ohio and has over 35 years of Christian leadership experience. She and her husband, Randy, have been married for 46 years and have three children along with eight grandchildren. She has enjoyed many opportunities of working with women in churches in her community. Phyllis has a passion to see women grow to their greatest potential in Christ and desires to see women of God walking in the divine purpose God has created for them. Her desire is to see the women at Identity Church be united and be a dynamic force that will impact the Kingdom of God in a powerful way.
Media Coordinator:
Kelly Krabill. 
Kelly has a passion to create a great visual story that brings glory to God and will impact her local community and the nations, that will bring change and give hope to people. She is from Louisville, Ohio and has received an Associate of Science and Bachelor of Fine Arts degree both in Photography. She has taken several photography and video storytelling workshops in the last few years. She moved to New York City the day after her college graduation to pursue a photography career, but God had different plans. Kelly has worked in the healthcare industry for ten years and spends her free time with her family and close friends.
Youth Coordinator:
Kandi Sinay.
Kandi was born and raised in Canton, Ohio until the age of twelve when she moved to Louisville, Ohio. She currently resides in Canton as a bus driver for Plain Local Schools and is the mother of two children and five grandchildren. She gave her heart to the Lord at age 12 but was left without discipleship and guidance. That lack led her in a direction away from the Lord until she was in her 20’s. Understanding the deep need for Spiritual guidance and discipleship for our youth is what makes her passionate about serving Identity’s youth for ages 13-19. She feels that she has been called by the Lord to “…raise up the foundations of many generations.”