ONE WEEKEND. TWO LOCATIONS.
CHILLIWACK PROSPERA CENTRE
45323 Hodgins Ave, Chilliwack, BC
1300 Princess Royal Ave, Nanaimo, BC.
45323 Hodgins Ave, Chilliwack, BC
1300 Princess Royal Ave, Nanaimo, BC.
Orator, Author and Artist Eric Samuel Timm captivates his audiences with his unique teaching and preaching style. His ability as communicator is only enhanced by unforgettable live art performances. Eric has released his first book called Static Jedi, available where books are sold, and the next releases are in the works. Eric is currently working beyond his degree in ministry from North Central University towards a Doctoral Degree in Ministry at Northwestern Seminary. He serves his local church as a Teaching Pastor and Outreach Evangelist. Eric is also Communications Lecturing Professor at his alma mater, North Central University.
Already speaking to over 1.5 million people Eric continues to travel throughout the U.S. and internationally stirring up the dormant leaving audiences inspired. Eric founded No One Underground and 501c3, Painting Hope. which serves Public Schools with value based public school assembly programs across the country. Residing in Minnesota, with his wife and 3 children, Eric partners with you to expand the Kingdom.
Joyce has pastored for more than 25 years. In addition, she regularly speaks for church conferences and retreats. Her podcast, Down to Earth, is being listened to all over the world! Joyce served as the founding director of Jacob's Well, in Vancouver's downtown eastside, for nearly a decade. She also occasionally teaches preaching at Ambrose University. She pastors a very grounded, relationally focused church in Calgary, Alberta, called Epic Vineyard Church. Her husband and two sons are the joy of her life.
Jassie is one of the co-hosts of the Alpha Youth Series. She loves talking about Jesus, her insanely cute dog named Toby, and eating Oreos. She came to know Jesus in high school and ever since then has been passionate about other people meeting Jesus for themselves.
Andy has been working with youth and young adults for over 11 years. He has worked with high school assemblies, pastored youth in Richmond and West Kelowna, and had various leadership roles with Canadian Youth Workers Conference, City Youth Forums, and Arrow Leadership. His current role is the Next Generation Ministries Director for the PAOC in the BC/Yukon District. His heart is to raise the next generation of Church. Andy is blessed with a wonderful wife Annick and four kids, Isabelle, Joseph, Benjamin, and Samuel.
How can I get my teens + their friends to #hm19?
Use the promo materials from onsite – including promo videos, social media graphics, and testimonials
Tell stories (often) – use interviews, have teens share their stories from Historymaker Weekend in previous years
Communicate #hm19 at all events; including Sunday mornings, website, verbal, events, one-on-ones at McD’s
Mark it on your calendar
Get parents to buy in
Connect people to #HM19 social media platforms on FB, Twitter, Instagram
Make it cheap
How do I Make #hm19 cheap where EVERYONE + ANYONE can go?
Build a budget (in youth leader kit)
Ask the church to sponsor (x) amount of teens for their registration. Asking grandpas and grandmas are great.
Ask individuals or key leaders to donate for your teens to come to #hm19
Have a couple of fundraisers WHERE parents help build (not you). Check out the details here.
Book accommodations OTHER than a hotel that would include a church gym, campsite, retreat center, or college (Accommodation Partners will be released soon)
Budget an offering for MISSION at #hm19
How can I communicate to my teens what is happening at #HM19?
Read through the #hm19 app for all the details, happenings, services, prayer stations, and response times throughout the weekend,
How can we make #HM19 #morethanaconference?
Be prepared to give towards the MISSION of #HM19. Details will be made available 2019.
Make new friends all throughout BC + the Yukon.
What is in it for youth pastors + key leaders?
Join a network of leaders and pastors on the Saturday afternoon of Historymaker at 1:30pm. (Locations TBD)
Please sign up to our email updates for all the details.
A ‘Weekend Away’
We want to honour your hard work in coming to Historymaker FWD 2019. We understand the time, effort and sacrifice it takes to bring your youth to this weekend and we appreciate you. This year we have a special gift available for you; if you bring 10% or more of your church’s Sunday morning attendance, we will give you a ‘WKND Away’ at TimeOut in Squamish, BC, April 6-8, 2019. TimeOut is a retreat geared especially for Next Gen pastors/leaders and their spouses to relax, find renewal, and build deep, meaningful relationships. For more details, check out www.nextgenbc.ca. If you qualify for a ‘WKND Away’, Historymaker will cover your hotel, TimeOut registration, a loaded Visa card for meals, and a ‘WKND Away’ gift basket filled with over $100.00 worth of goodies for you.
Below are our recommended accommodations for your group.
FIRST AVE ASSEMBLY
COLUMBIA BIBLE COLLEGE
Our mission is to make HistoryMaker more than a conference. That it would be a weekend to give teens and leaders an opportunity to have a life-altering encounter with the living God so that they can be encouraged, equipped, and empowered to reach the 1.2 million people who are considered the next generation in BC and the Yukon.
The Holy Scriptures to be the divinely in-breathed, infallible, inherent, and authoritative Word of God.
That there is one God, eternally existent in the Persons of the Holy Trinity.
In the virgin birth of the Lord Jesus Christ, His deity, His sinless humanity and perfect life, the eternal all-sufficiency of His atoning death, His bodily resurrection, His ascension to the Father’s right hand and His personal coming again at His second advent.
That justification is a judicial act of God on the believer’s behalf solely on the merits of Christ, and that regeneration by the power of the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential for personal salvation.
In Christ’s Lordship of the Church, the observance of the ordinances of the Christian baptism by immersion for believers and the Lord’s supper.
In the eternal blessedness of the redeemed in heaven and the eternal doom of the unregenerate in the lake of fire.
We value community, promoting and encouraging the greater family in BC and the Yukon
We value encounter, promoting an atmosphere where people encounter the life giving and changing presence of God.
We value excellence, establishing an event known for doing things well
We value unity, promoting an atmosphere of acceptance and care for those who attend.
We value transformation, it is our deep hope that those who come will leave different, impacted in a way that sees them live bravely for the Kingdom of God
When promoting fundraisers share the vision and purpose behind HistoryMaker.
Once people grasp the vision, they will see the importance of helping your group.
You can share the vision by using the promo video, brochures, web page, and testimonies from previous years.
Promote your fundraisers well in advance not only to ensure maximum impact, but also to prepare the people and the youth group.
It is important to let the youth feel like they own these projects.
Cafe – After youth night activities or Bible Study sell chips, pop, wings, and other good stuff.
Live or Silent Auctions – Auctions can be live or silent, and both can be successful, but live auctions add more actions.
The possibilities are endless: you can auction off donated items, pies, and other desserts. Be creative.
Spaghetti/Pasta Fest - This is a low cost fundraiser that is sure to be lots of fun for those attending and participating.
Sell tickets for an evening of pasta and fun. Have your youth wait on tables and provide the entertainment.
In fundraising remember to be creative. There are two ways to fundraise. One is to provide a service and the other is to ask for donations. The more creative you are the more people will rally around you. Get the youth to be involved. If you do all the work the youth will continue to let you do all the work. A little hard work (elbow grease) helps them respect what it took to make the trip take place.
Candy Grams to students, Sunday sundaes, barbeque at a grocery store, garage sales, pink flamingo insurance, birthday surprise, hair cuts, babysitting, frozen pizzas, entertainment books, collect outdated phone books for the phone company, clean highway ditches for the Government.
Offerings, bottle drives, items for garage sales, ticket entrance to a church function (like play or musical), shaving or perm youth pastor’s head, support letter.
Or check out the web for other fundraising ideas. Here are a few sites to try*:
*Historymaker does not claim to support or endorse any of these sites.
If you're over the age of 18, we would love for you to serve and be part of a team at Historymaker Weekend.
This year, we have two locations for serving opportunities (Chilliwack and Nanaimo).
Let us know below how you'd like to serve, and we'll get back to you as soon we can!
Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to secure Exhibit space and promote your organization or business to thousands of youth, young adults, youth pastors and leaders!