Terence Chatmon, president and CEO of Fellowship of Companies for Christ International (FCCI) will be the guest speaker at the free breakfast meeting sponsored by Revelation 7:9, a new non-denominational ministry dedicated to ending racism in America and the church.
According to ministry founder Larry Prudholme, Chatmon will address racial reconciliation through the topic, “Why We Must Love Beyond.” The event takes place on Saturday, March 18, at 8 a.m., at Capo Beach Church, 25975 Domingo Avenue on Dana Point.
Chatmon’s organization, FCCI, is comprised of executive leaders in 83 countries who believe that, through Christ, people, businesses, culture and nations can be transformed. FCCI operates a global effort to train and support leaders in companies of all sizes to incorporate this philosophy into their corporate culture.
“We invite all of Southern California attend the breakfast and enjoy a great meal, uplifting worship and an awesome anointed speaker and prayer,” said Prudholme, an active member of Heritage Christian Fellowship in San Clemente.
“Everyone is also welcome to join us in fulfilling our mission ‘to see those of us who love Jesus, love one another also and see it spread to the ends of the earth,” he added. “We believe that with Jesus, if you are willing to take a huge step of faith, you are never too old to receive a vision, create a strategic plan and have the resources provided by Him to accomplish His will.”
To register or learn more, visit rev79.org.