If you or someone you know struggles with substance use, mental health challenges, suicidal thoughts, or grief... you are not alone!
There is hope! Join us for a day filled with empowering testimonies. Hear how our speakers turned their mess into message, a test into a testimony, a trial into a triumph, and a victim into a victory .
See how talents and gifts can be used to showcase our uniqueness. Relax and renew by watching a musical that shares a story of grace that changed lives many years ago and still can today.
Local community resources will be available.
Featuring Testimonies by:
Sam Anthony Lucania
Owner and Founder of Sam Anthony Speaks
Executive Director & Lead Communicator at Recklessly Alive
Artist with Passion Painter Ministry
Additionally, we’ll hear from Cross Over Ministries’ Local Recovery Support Peers.
Plus, “The Master’s Peace” Musical
Change—radical change—as demonstrated in the book of Philemon in the Bible, does not happen by demanding it or forcing it or by instituting new laws.
It happens by grace, God’s grace, first extended by someone who knows that his own life has been changed by Christ’s mercy, and then extended to someone else who is in dire need of acceptance and hope.
The musical, the Master’s Peace, shares such a story that offers not only the offender, but the one offended, to go beyond what is required and delve into the true meaning of forgiveness and reconcilement.
This could only take place if there is one bold enough and faithful enough to be the advocate of this type of radical change.
Again, not by forcing or demanding it, but by pointing out the truth of Scripture—that all of us have been offered through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, a second chance at abundant life.
The musical will tell the story of the Book of Philemon, but it does not stop there. It will take us to modern times where we encounter another one in dire need of acceptance and hope.
And it leaves all of us with the question, “Will we accept God’s call to be bold enough and faithful enough to be the advocates of radical change?”