October 10: Jason Bentley
Pastor Jason traveled around the world for 13 years ministering at conferences, revivals, seminars and crusades prior to starting HighPoint Church in 2007 where he now serves as the Lead Pastor. HighPoint is a vibrant, multi-cultural church in Covington, WA.
October 17: Gini Smith
Pastors Wendell and Gini Smith planted The City Church in the Seattle area in 1992. Under their leadership, the congregation grew into one of the largest multi-campus churches in the Northwest. Gini is a board member at Northwest University and has authored numerous articles, curricula and books.
October 24: Brian Jennings
Brian and his wife, Kari, are the Lead Pastors of Breakthrough Church in Yakima, WA. Together, with their amazing team, they are committed to helping those searching for their purpose in life.
November 7: Xola Malik
As a teenager, Xola emerged onto the hip hop scene with Grammy Award winning artist, Sir Mix-a-Lot. Under the alias “Kid Sensation,” his solo run yielded 5 Kid Sensation CDs, 2 top 10 hits, a Gold single and over 1,000,000 units sold. New solo CD, artist production, various philanthropic projects (United Way, Raise Hope for Congo, Boys and Girls Clubs) and a children's book fill Xola’s attention today.
November 14: Obed Martinez
Lead Pastor of Destiny Church in Indio, CA and founder of PassionatePastors.com, a transformational and influential epicenter for change and creativity
November 28: Matthew Barnett
Matthew is one of the most dynamic voices God is using in Christianity today. Best-selling author of “The Church That Never Sleeps,” Senior Pastor of Angelus Temple (one of America’s fastest growing churches) and co-founder of the LA Dream Center. Pastor Matthew has spoken in some of the largest and most prestigious conventions, conferences, camp-meetings and churches throughout America and the world including Promise Keepers and Hillsong. He has consulted leading businessmen, celebrities, and athletes. President George W. Bush has endorsed him with the highest regards to his achievements, and his church has been recognized several times in the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times for its contribution to the community.
December 5: Casey Treat
Founder of the largest church in the Pacific Northwest, Christian Faith Center, where more than 10,000 people attend weekly services. In addition, Pastor Treat’s media ministry, Christian Faith International, has a worldwide outreach.
December 12: Judah Smith
Judah and his wife, Chelsea, are the Lead Pastors of The City Church in Seattle, WA. Judah travels the nation and the world ministering at churches and conferences, imparting into the lives of Christian leaders and young people. He is known for his stylish and fun communication and has a reputation for surprising people with his candor and honesty.
“Boot Camp 2011 was a time of experiencing a connection to life and living power of faith. New voices brought a refreshed spirit to our house’s message and I can’t wait for this year’s lineup.” Jeremy Carr
REVIVIAL IX is a FREE series open to everyone. Wednesday evening’s events are held at 7pm (doors open at 6:30pm) at The Rock Church campus located at 16891 - 146th Street SE Monroe, WA 98272. Childcare is available for infant to 5th grade. For more information, visit http://www.therockchurch.info/
A non-denominational church, Connecting People to Life is how The Rock Church defines its mission today. “Christianity is not something done only on Sunday,” Jeff Knight (Lead Pastor) notes. “Being a Christ follower impacts every moment and every day.” Don’t just make a living, but make a Life! There is real potential for meaningful relationships when you redefine your priorities to include church. You will find God, guidance and friends at The Rock Church. http://therockchurch.info