Women World Changers is hosting it’s first ever Faith to Action Conference (Registration Below)
We are thrilled to have Caroline Barnett, Dominic & Lindsay Russo, Brad Riley & Heather Johnston, Debbie Hornsby and Dana Libertore as our incredible guest speakers! Other speakers will include Marna Sharpe, Sue Younger, Sandy Yozipovic, Cathy Marchesani, Stacia Cox, Donna Joiner, Jax Farmer, & Christy Holman. We are praying for each of you as you plan to come and soak in the presence of Jesus!
Caroline Barnett has a passion for inspiring women of the church to find their God-given cause. In her role at The Dream Center, Caroline has changed people’s lives through a wide range of outreach ministries—from starting a food truck ministry that currently feeds over 50,000 people each month, to founding Project Prevention, a foster care intervention program designed to assist families facing the threat of separation due to issues of poverty.
Caroline is married to The Dream Center founder and New York Times bestselling author Matthew Barnett; they live with their two children in Los Angeles. – See more at: http://willingtowalkonwater.com/#sthash.pnD6xvsu.dpuf
Dominic Russo is a speaker, a humanitarian, and an innovator in international missions. At the young age of 20, Dominic founded Missions.Me and began organizing strategic outreach campaigns in cities across Latin America. These multifaceted campaigns include hundreds of missionary volunteers, large-scale relief projects, and collaborative partnerships with local political and religious leaders. In 2011, Dominic launched the “1Nation1Day” vision in Honduras – a project that attracted the largest foreign missions team in history and was officially declared a national holiday by the Honduran President. On the week of July 20, 2013 more than 1 million Hondurans were personally reached through the 1Nation1Day outreaches and every national newspaper announced “We Have A New Honduras.” Dominic authored the book Do Not Say I Am Too Young to motivate people to seize their destiny regardless of their age. Dominic’s story reverberates with inspiration and stirs hearts to dream of a life fully dedicated to impacting people.
At the young age of 23, Lindsay Russo founded Angel House, a focused rescue initiative for abandoned orphans in India. Through her efforts, orphans who would otherwise be reduced to a life of begging and slavery are enrolled in school and flourishing in safe and loving homes. In February 2011, Lindsay and a friend were chosen to participate on the NBC gameshow “Minute To Win It” where they featured Angel House to more than 8.5 million household viewers. Lindsay also serves alongside her husband Dominic leading Missions.Me, a missions organization that organizes innovative international outreaches.
Heather Johnston serves as the Founder and Director of the US Israel Education Association. She is a frequent speaker on the topic of Modern Israel in Biblical Prophecy. Over the past six years, she has led more than 14 tours to Israel.
In partnership with Mayor Ron Nachman, Heather has helped to establish the Ariel National Leadership Development Center (ANLDC), a site similar to the facility in California. In addition to establishing the ANLDC, Heather has also been the chief fundraiser for the project. Ariel is the capital city of Samaria, centered in Israel’s heartland, one hour north of Jerusalem.
Brad Riley is the Founder, President, and Lead Advocate for iEmpathize.org (iE), an international child advocacy and media non-profit. iEmpathize’s mission is to eradicate child exploitation while engaging culture in creative solutions. iE has an international impact with a focus on the US and Mexico. In addition to leading iE and the team, Brad oversees our field projects/partnerships and serves as executive producer of media and events. The organization is known for empowering grassroots solutions and immersive mixed media experiences featuring film, photography, artifacts, and sounds. These experiences impact diverse audiences including inner city high schools, the trucking industry, government leaders, universities, the general public, and more.
Brad’s unrelenting advocacy comes from his personal connections to the people he serves. He often reminds people that the children are the true CEO’s of this organization. He has been a non-profit innovator for 20 years and his concepts and work are written about in books as well as shared in university classrooms and at conferences. He is a sought-after speaker and is passionate about inspiring people to empathize and engage. He lives in Boulder, CO, with his family.
With a passion for the lost, a desire to empower women, and a passion for the hurting of this world, Debbie Hornsby serves the Lord wholeheartedly and is always ready to meet people at the point of their need with love and compassion. Debbie has her Master’s Degree in Biblical Counseling as well as meeting the requirements in becoming an ordained minister with the Foursquare Organization. She has partnered in birthing and leading The Rivers Edge Church with her husband, Gary. She is actively involved in her community through service to various homeless shelters and human trafficking homes.
Mark your calendars for this life changing event! You will learn new ways to break limiting beliefs and walk on water!
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When: May 23rd-24th
Where: The Angelus Temple, 1100 Glendale Blvd. LA