Ski Lake Junaluska Youth Events
Event #6: February 21st - February 23rd, 2014
Register by October 15th and receive Free T-Shirts!
Schedule: Worship at 8:30pm on Friday and Saturday with Rachel Held Evans, with closing communion at 8:30am on Sunday.
The Wayne Kerr Band will lead us in worship throughout the weekend.
(Adults are invited to sign up for the “Lake Junaluska Signature Series,” a half day event, featuring Rachel Held Evans and the Wayne Kerr Band, February 22nd.
Call 828.454.6716 for more information or go to: www.lakejunaluska.com/rachel_held_evans.)
Click Below for Ski Lake Junaluska Youth Event Registration Forms:
Full Package (Worship, Speaker, Ski, Loding, Meals)
Program Only (Worship, Speaker)
Ski Only (Ski, Loding, Meals)
Speaker and Worship Band Information
Speaker: Rachel Held Evans
Rachel Held Evans is an award-winning author and popular blogger with over a quarter of a million visits to her blog each month. She's been featured in interviews on The View, The Today Show, NPR, The BBC, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, and Oprah.com. And in October of 2012 she appeared on the cover of Christianity Today as one of "50 Woman to Watch ...those most shaping the church and culture." Rachel is featured speaker for Youth Specialties in 2013. Rachel is the author of two books, Evolving in Monkey Town: How A Girl Who Knew All the Answers Learned to Ask the Questions (Zondervan, 2010), and A Year of Biblical Womanhood: How a Liberated Woman Found Herself Sitting on Her Roof, Covering Her Head and Calling Her Husband Master (Thomas Nelson, 2012).
Worship Band: The Wayne Kerr Band
The Wayne Kerr Band travels around the world leading music and worship. Wayne is a musician, award winning graphic designer, and devoted follower of Christ. He has been pursuing music ministry since 1995 and is willing to go where ever God leads leading groups of 40 students up to 12,000 at Resurrection in Gatlinburg, TN. Wayne has shared the stage with Chris Tomlin, Kirk Franklin, and Kutless. www.waynekerrmusic.com
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