February 27, 2021
10:00am – 7:00pm
Date: Saturday, February 27th
Time: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Where: Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Cost: $25 per person
Registration Deadline: 2/17/21
This price includes lunch and dinner meals.
(Scholarship funds are available. Please inquire with Pam Amey if needed.)
What is the Quake?
Our regional events partner with youth leaders in local churches to help teens become established in their faith, empowered for Christian living and enabled to live a life of ministry and leadership. The 2021 Quake theme is Belong. Nothing can separate us from the love of God because God made us and loves us unconditionally. We are at home in the family of Christ, a place where we can be assured we Belong.
Participants will have the opportunity to:
Praise and worship God
Experience a caring community
Develop healthy relationships with other youth
Grow deeper faith through focused workshops
Discuss issues of interest
Once you hear a Terrence Lee Talley story you’ll never forget it! Whether it’s hearing him doing off the cuff comedy with the things happening around him or engaging people with a message of hope, Terrence always has a story to tell. With his crazy stories and funny wit Terrence can always keep a crowd entertained.
Speaking with youth for over 19 years, you can either catch Terrence speaking at a church/conference, empowering people to fight human trafficking in the U.S or doing a school assembly with a packed gym full of students. Terrence has experience educating students on Jesus and inspiring them to find Hope in Him. Husband to his wife Courtney, Dad to his daughters Gracie and Cece, “Dad Hug” giver to students across the country you will laugh, you will cry and you’ll cry laughing listening to Terrence talk about his life with Christ!
At home Terrence is a huge movie buff, and by huge we mean HUGE. If you’re a superhero person then Terrence is your guy! Ask him about any superhero movie and you won’t hear him stop talking. Be advised, you have been warned though.
Bread of Stone
Bread of Stone has been the featured band at several Kansas District Youth Gatherings for high school youth, including the last gathering in November
Brothers, Ben and Bill Kristijanto, formed Iowa-based band, Bread of Stone, in 2004. Their father believed the Lord was calling them to start a music ministry, so the brothers started taking music lessons and began performing in local churches. As time progressed, Bread of Stone began playing at festivals and youth conferences, and various other venues the Lord provided, giving them the opportunity to share the Gospel message. Ben and Bill have since been joined by bass player, Tim Barnes (South Dakota) and drummer, Jason Ferris (Ohio) to form a four-piece band. In 2015, the band charted No. 1 on Billboard’s Christian Rock Charts with their song Porcelain from their project Not Alone. Later that year, the group went back into the studio to work on their fifth album, Hold The Light. The band us currently working on a new project and is focused on pushing the music industry limits to create something fresh. Bread of Stone is passionate about sharing what God has been doing in their lives, both personally and as a group, wherever they travel. During a trip to Indonesia, a country the brothers called home for nine years, they founded The Light Project when they were asked for help from local village pastors. The goal of this ministry is to empower those who are not afraid to carry the light of Jesus into the darkness, even when faced with persecution. Bread of Stone continues to visit Indonesia to encourage the people and to share the Love of Christ. For more information, visit www.BreadofStone.com
Full payment is due upon registration.
Registration Fees payable to Holy Cross Lutheran Church.