L.A. Dream Center Founder at MannaName: L.A. Dream Center Founder at MannaDate: July 20, 2019 - July 21, 2019Website: https://manna.churchEvent Description:Manna Church is pleased to announce that Pastor Matthew Barnett from the Los Angeles Dream Center is coming to speak on Saturday, July 20 at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, July 21 during Manna's regular service times at all of our sites in the Fayetteville/Ft. Bragg Region.Barnett is the co-founder of the L.A. Dream Center, widely known for meeting the needs and transforming the lives of individuals and families who are directly affected by poverty, abuse and/or addiction. The Dream Center accomplishes this by changing the circumstances in which they find themselves through various outreaches and residential programs. The L.A. Dream Center began the movement of Dream Centers that has swept the nation. Our Fayetteville Dream Center is associated with it and is one of the many Dream Centers that are a part of the DC Network.About Pastor Matthew Barnett:Barnett, best-selling author of The Church That Never Sleeps and The Cause Within You and pastor of one of America's fasting growing churches, is one of the most dynamic voices God is using in Christianity today. Son of Pastor Tommy Barnett, best-selling author, church growth pioneer, and pastor of what Time Magazine considers one of the three largest churches in America, he has learned powerful principles of ministry which have enabled him to found the L.A. Dream Center.
The Dream Center began as a typical local church. When God birthed the fresh vision and desire to impact an entire city in Matthew’s heart, the church grew from 39 members at its conception in September of 1994 to more than 30,000 people each week in the Center's 40 services and nearly two hundred ministries today.About The Fayetteville Dream Center:The Fayetteville Dream Center serves as a downtown resource that distributes hope to the homeless, food to the hungry, clothes to the naked and restoration to the broken. At the core of its mission and vision is the desire to be the premier city resource for Fayetteville's at-risk population - a drive that invariably relieves the city's already heavily burdened social services community and improves targeted locations by fostering positive and holistic neighbor-helping-neighbor philosophies.Date/Time Information:
Contact Information:(910) 867-9151Set a Reminder:
- Saturday, July 20 at 6:30 p.m.
- Sunday, July 21 during Manna's regular service times at all of our sites in the Fayetteville/Ft. Bragg Region