Mar. 17: Resurgence Edmonton

Join the Resurgence community at Ethiopian Evangelical Church on Saturday, March 17 as we expect to experience the power of God together!

We Are Resurgence! We are a community made of youth, young adults, and adults from across the Edmonton Capital region. We gather from various backgrounds, churches, and denominations with a single desire to encounter God. It is the heartbeat behind every gathering or event we hold. So we invite you to join us…

Resurgence [Expect. Experience. Empower. Engage.]
Saturday, March 17, 2018 // 7 PM // Pre-Service Prayer @ 6 PM
Ethiopian Evangelical Church // 12840 57 Street NW

Pre-Service Prayer: Prayer is the foundation to everything we do, so we invite you to join us a community in praying starting at 6:00pm at the church!

Travis Holownia will be speaking, with worship by Francine Kimaru.

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Travis Holownia | Speaker
Travis Holownia has a great passion for God and for people. His greatest desire is to see this generation experience what it means to live in the power and presence of the Holy Spirit. God has used Travis in a catalytic way. His speaking and teaching inspires youth, young adults, and all ages by calling the Spirit of God to stir and awaken hearts.Travis is the visionary leader of Resurgence Initiatives [], a movement started in 2008 seeking to inspire people to arise together. Resurgence gathers and releases people who expect the impossible, experience God’s love, empower those around them, and engage in expanding God’s Kingdom.In 2013, Travis went full-time providing leadership to Resurgence and traveling nationally and internationally reaching the lost and stirring the body of Christ. Previously, Travis served for 8 years in the leadership of Christian youth conferences worldwide, and prior to that worked in a management role in the oil industry. Travis calls Edmonton, Canada home, cheers for the Oilers, and holds degrees both in Engineering and Theology.

Francine Kimaru | Worship
Francine’s journey began in Rwanda Eastern Africa. As a survivor of Rwandan genocide in 1994, she carries a life testimony of how God rescued her and her family miraculously. This has become a pillar in her daily worship and pursuit of knowing God. Her heart’s desire is to see believers experience the transformational love of God and walk in their full identity. Francine has been leading worship since 2002 at Victory & Restoration Ministries (VARIM). She has been privileged to worship God with a team of friends that have the same passion and zeal for God. Francine currently resides in Edmonton, Alberta with her husband Jeremiah and her two lovely children: Jonathan and Keziah.