SPEAKERS & MUSICIANS

 

Art & Heather Lucier have pastored The Harvest Church Kitimat for 15 years and most recently are in the process of moving to Kelowna, BC to pastor Kelowna Harvest Fellowship. As a Metis man, Art has a passion to see the First Peoples and all peoples of this nation united in praise to our creator. As musicians and worship leaders, both Art and Heather have hosted Kingdom Pow Wows and outdoor worship festivals designed to bring people into the presence of God.  Art & Heather will be hosting this year’s Kingdom Pow Wow at Stony Plain, Alberta.

ART & Heather LUCIER

Rita Bear Gray is a Cree woman from Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan currently living in Washington USA. She works in management for the Muckleshoot Reservation and continues to work with the young people on her reserve. She also travels around the globe sharing a message of hope. "If you are a First Nations person, Jesus gives you back your songs, your language, your dances-everything about you that makes you who you are as a Native person.

RITA BEAR GRAY

Barry’s two main prayers in life are: To know God the Father God the Son and God the Holy Spirit and secondly to be the Best father he can be. These two God given passions have caused Barry to preach to the masses. His passion is to see leadership released into their maximized potential through Fathering, coaching and mentoring people in Media, Business, Family, Religious, Political and other spheres of influence in culture.  

BARRY MARACLE

Representing First Nations people as a follower of Jeshua, Jerry Chapman (Sto:lo) ministers to his local community in Cowlitz County, Wash., throughout the Pacific Northwest and Canada and overseas. Jerry has been gifted with a unique form of prophetic worship through drumming, which led to the name of his ministry: “Drumspeaker to the Nations.” He not only ministers through worship, he presents the Gospel to First Nations people in a culturally relevant way. 

Jerry Chapman

From an early age Robert Wilson turned to music as a refuge from his life of struggle.  Rob, also known as Fresh I.E., made Canadian history by becoming the first rapper to be nominated for a Grammy award in Canada, (twice).  Now, 13 years later, he’s chasing hard after God, ministering through music and preaching to those who urgently need to hear the message he brings. That’s what Kingdom Music is all about.

Fresh IE

The Roberts have traveled as a family in Canada, the United States, Israel, Central, South America and the Caribbean, sharing their music, dance, and message of conciliation and re-conciliation. As ‘contextual’ followers of the Jesus way, the Roberts encourage individuals to worship Him as Creator in the context of their redeemed cultural identity, as He intended.

Gerard & Pita Roberts (OKAMA)

Since the age of 15 Bill has played music across Canada, into the US as well as Australia and England.  He has "opened" for many Gospel/Pop artists including playing with one of England's premier slide guitarists, Bryn Haworth.  Bill’s first Solo album was released in 1993 with Image 7 Records, a Christian Music Label, followed by 2 independent CDs. Along with this, he has had various songs recorded by other Christian Music recording Artists.

Bill Olsen

Art and his family's band "Reviver" has been received across the nation and around the world.

Reviver

The Burn 24/7

Burn 24/7

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