NYI Media

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Camp fundraiser

Looking for an easy way to fundraise for camp? 


SCRATCH OFF FUNDRAISER

Print off the image (10''x6'') found below on cardstock and laminate the front side. On it you will find 50 dots with dollar ammounts all totalling up to $200. Once printed and laminated, place these dime-sized (.70 in) stickers (link below) over each dot. Have students take the card and ask people if they would care to scratch off 1,2, or all of the dots and donate the amounts revealed.


SCRATCH OFF CARD


SCRATCH OFF STICKERS

need to know

Trininty Pines Camp in Trininty, TX

Early Bird Rate $200 (Expires May 6th)

Speaker: Stuart Williams

Worship by Remedy

Teen camp

STXNYI Teen Camp is an annual event focused of fun, growth and worship. Teens from Waco to Laredo, Odessa to Orange gather together to fellowship, play and praise God for a week in Trinity, Texas. 

our speaker

Stuart Williams is the senior pastor of the Skyview Community Church of the Nazarene in Calgary, Alberta Canada. Born and raised in Cape Town South Africa, he immigrated to Canada in January 1998 shortly after the death of both parents and two younger siblings in a motor vehicle accident.


Drawing upon personal experiences of loss and the marginalization associated with South Africa’s segregated past, Stuart proclaims the hope we have in Jesus Christ for healing and transformation in our lives today. A featured speaker in various settings, Stuart continues to fulfill his call to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ across national, cultural and denominational lines.


Stuart holds a Bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies from Canadian Nazarene University College as well as a Master of Arts degree in Theology from Nazarene Theological College in Manchester UK. His primary area of research focusses on the problem of difference, highlighting the potential the church possesses to lead the way in matters of racial reconciliation and unity. 


Stuart and Ruthanne have been married for 18 years and they have three children together; Lauren (14), Luke (12) and Alanna (11).