VIP Reception Planned for Radio Evangelist Dr. Tony Evans
About 800 community leaders are expected to attend the annual benefit dinner at McGregor Baptist Church on Colonial Boulevard in Fort Myers. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the dinner begins at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets to the VIP reception with Evans are available from $1,000 for four people and include dinner. Tickets without the VIP reception are $90 each or $560 for a table of eight. Tickets may be purchased by calling 239-242-7238.
Lifeline Family Center also announced that former News-Press Engagement Editor Tom Hayden will be the master of ceremonies. Testimony will be given by Christy Sawyer with music provided by Sarah Dodge.
Major sponsors include Jerry and Delores Horne, Steve and Jan Neff, Sievert Chiropractic Clinic, Laurie Presbery, Glenn and Ada Ann Healey, Richard & Barbara Kauffman, The Cape Coral Breeze, CTN10 Christian Television and Susan Bennett Marketing & Media, L.C.
"We are very pleased that Dr. Evans will be coming to Southwest Florida to spread his message of the joy and healing qualities of faith," said Lifeline Family Center President and Founder Kathy Miller. "We can all benefit from his teachings, which are heard daily on radio stations throughout the world."
Dr. Evans is the founder and senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, Tex., and president of The Urban Alternative, chaplain of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks, and author of more than 100 books, booklets and Bible studies.
His radio broadcast, The Alternative with Dr. Tony Evans, can be heard on more than 1,200 United States outlets daily, including Moody Radio, and in more than 130 countries.
He is the first African American to earn a doctorate of theology from Dallas Theological Seminary and has been named one of the 12 Most Effective Preachers in the English-speaking world by Baylor University.
Lifeline Family Center provides a home in Cape Coral for homeless young women in crisis pregnancies to help them become self-supporting through education, job training, parenting classes, professional counseling and spiritual guidance. It is the only residential program in Lee County for homeless young women in crisis pregnancies who are not part of the foster care program. In the residential program, Lifeline Family Center serves up to 12 young women, ages 16 to 25, and up to 24 babies at a time.
For more information about Lifeline Family Center, visit www.lifelinefamilycenter.org.
Susan Bennett Marketing & Media, L.C.