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Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend

January 17–20

Lake Junaluska Youth Events is proud to present an exciting worship lineup for 2014 Ski Lake Junaluska, including special speakers Rachel Held Evans, Duffy Robbins, and many more! Come with your youth group for a great ski weekend packed with worship, fellowship and skiing! Please call 800-222-4930 if you have any questions.

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Download 2014 Ski and Program Package Form (.pdf)
Includes skiing, lodging, meals, worship

Ski Lake Junaluska Worship Only  (.pdf)
Includes worship only

SPEAKER and WORSHIP BAND
Speaker: Andy Lambert
Andy Lambert, known as “the funniest man in youth ministry,” is a native of Pfafftown, NC. He received a B.A. in sociology from Appalachian State University and a Masters of Divinity from Duke Divinity School. Andy has been a conference evangelist for the Western North Carolina Annual Conference and is a founder of ISAAC Ministries, an interdenominational ministry of evangelism and renewal. Andy’s uniquely diverse career has included ministry in small and large memberships, rural, inner-city, contemporary and traditional churches. He has a passion to reach youth for Christ, yet his preaching connects inter-generationally and cross-culturally. He is currently an Associate Minister at Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church in Winston-Salem, NC.

Worship Band: Second Hand City (f.k.a. Elishah)
Second Hand City (formerly known as Elishah) has adopted a new moniker, a name that hints at the band's vision and accessibility. This new name is Second Hand City. After years of songwriting, touring, and recording together, brothers Jimmy and Mike Atkins, along with band mates Jake Bigelow, John Kiser and Josh Lanier, realized this truth would inevitably change their music, their lives, and the scope of their ministry. Inspired by an urgency to unite the Body of Christ and to build His kingdom through music, Second Hand City wraps their passion for melodies, lyrics and sonic textures around honest life experiences. This provides the framework for their upcoming eponymous album, “Second Hand City.”

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