WA – Centralia

Apr 17-19

Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark Grand Mound

20500 Old Hwy 99 SW

Centralia, WA 98531

EARLY BIRD Ends 2/12/2020
$95
STANDARD Ends 3/11/2020
$120
LATE Ends 4/18/2020
$145
Room Rate/Weekend
$568

Hotel

Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark Grand Mound

20500 Old Hwy 99 SW

Centralia, WA 98531

Hotel rooms can be purchased until 3/11/2020 (subject to availability).

This rate covers two nights and rooms sleep six people. Rooms include two double beds and a pull out sofa.
When ordering your rooms, note that the gender of your attendees will affect the number of rooms you need.

Amenities:

  • Waterpark wristbands are complimentary with housing
  • Fridge and Microwave in each room
  • Complimentary Parking

For special room requests, please contact your event director: Amanda Clark.

Registration Info

Every person (youth and adult) attending must pay the Program Fee AND each group purchases housing according to the group’s needs.

Meals are not included in program costs.

 

In need of a scholarship? We want to give as many youth as possible the opportunity to experience the benefits Quake. Fill out an application here.

T-Shirt

Pick up your pre-ordered t-shirt at Quake. MORE theme t-shirt will be $15 at Quake.

 

Speaker

WES HALULA

Wes Halula is a writer, director and producer for film and television. He’s best known for writing for the DreamWorks/Netflix series “VeggieTales: In the House.” His latest film YOUTH GROUP stars Donald Faison and Joey Fatone. Wes wrote and directed STOP TRAFFICK. This short film is used to help girls escape trafficking. It can be seen across the globe on Shorts TV. Wes is writing and producing the film DESOLATE BEAUTY, developing an animated series “The Stokes Family Adventures” with Emmy Award-winning Tony Hale and developing a WWII bio-pic, based on the book RESOLVE. Wes has created content for Disney, DreamWorks, Lionsgate, Comedy Central, Discovery Education, Compassion International, Sparkhouse Publishing and Life Promotions. He also speaks at youth events and teaches film at universities and seminars around the world. Wes lives in the foothills above LA with his creative wife and energetic kids.

Musician

BREAD OF STONE

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.

Quake Director

AMANDA CLARK

Amanda Clark gained a life-long passion for ministry while working at churches and camps.  She volunteered two years on Youth Encounter music ministry teams in the US and Australia. Amanda used her master’s in non-profit management as Chief Program Officer at Youth Encounter. She planned and managed Quake events for nine years at Youth Encounter and has now transferred over to Life Promotions to continue the ministry of Quake. Amanda works remotely from Living Water Ministries, a church camp in New Era, Michigan where her husband, C.J. is the executive director.

Downloads

Leader's Guide

Includes everything you need to know if you are a group leader!

Sample Schedule

A general overview of the weekend activities.

Housing Form & Overnight Policies

Please complete and bring to the Adult Leader meeting Friday night of Quake.

Media Kit

Promotion tools to help get your youth excited about your upcoming Quake event!

Event Program

Official event program.