Evangeline was unable to speak until the age of five when she was instantly and miraculously healed during an all-night prayer meeting. Years later, she experienced another healing just as dramatic. At 33-years-of-age, she was brokenhearted after the passing of their three-year-old son. After months of crying out to God, she experienced a supernatural healing from her sorrow.
Commissioned by Jesus [along with all believer’s] to witness in the power of the Holy Spirit, she accepted His invitation to spread His message to the very ends of the earth. (Acts 1:8) She feels called to share the Good News of the gospel through the songs she writes and the words she speaks.
Evangeline is an author and songwriter with multiple recording projects. She travels internationally singing and speaking. Her songs are featured on Integrity's Worship Blue compilation (Canada's Top 25 Worship Songs) and Worship Leader Magazine/Song Discovery. She received multiple awards & nominations from the Gospel Music Association of Canada.
Her passion for writing includes Shine On, (with Sharon Hamilton), The Divine Heart Mender & The Gift of Songwriting. She has produced two TV worship specials and has written and recorded devotionals for Christian radio. She has composed over 1,000 songs and continues to write.
Evangeline has spoken on behalf of Compassion Canada and World Vision to help impoverished children around the world. She is the founder and President of Women Who Worship Conferences. She is married to Dr. Mark Inman. They have two children, Marquelle, their treasure on earth and Jared, their treasure in Heaven. Recently they added a wonderful son-in-law, Jonathan Piers, who they dearly love.

More information can be found at www.EvangelineInman.com




Marquelle grew up listening to her parents minister and sing, and travelled across North America and Asia singing and playing with them at Women Who Worship Conferences and 4given events. She studied classical piano under the Royal Conservatory of Canada, and began singing and leading worship in high school. She later attended the Bethel School of worship in 2010. 

Marquelle also holds a deep passion for the broken hearted, and has a special burden for the orphans in Eastern Europe. She has previously worked for World Vision, and travelled to Moldova with Stella’s Voice on multiple occasions to work in anti-trafficking safe houses for orphans. While in Moldova, she taught music lessons and ministered to their growing worship team.

Jonathan grew up in Belleville Ontario and was heavily involved in his church's youth and children's programs. Upon graduating High School, Jonathan moved to Fredericton to study Political Science at UNB.