Shalom Ministry presents

“New Beginnings”

Chanukah Fundraising Dinner

Friday, December 14, 2012

6:45 p.m. — Registration and Greetings

7 p.m. — Dinner

Bay Pointe Golf Club, 4001 Haggerty Rd., West Bloomfield, Michigan

Special Guest Speaker: Dr. Raleigh Washington

President and CEO, Promise Keepers

Dr. Raleigh Washington serves as its president and CEO of the international men’s ministry Promise Keepers,which is dedicated to igniting and uniting men to become warriors who will change their world through a relationship with Jesus Christ. He is co-author of “Breaking Down Walls: A Model of Reconciliation in an Age of110212_0307_newbeginnin1[1]

At Trinity, Dr. Washington developed the Master of Arts in Urban Ministries program, which he directed for six years. He holds honorary doctorates from Trinity International University, Westminster College and Azusa Pacific University. Dr. Washington has been a featured speaker for Promise Keepers, Moody Founders Week and many other ministries.Racial Strife” with Glen Kehrein, the 1994 Gold Medallion winner from the Christian Booksellers Association.

Dr. Washington served as lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army, earning the Bronze Star for meritorious service in Vietnam. He entered Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in 1980 (now known as Trinity International University), where he earned his Master of Divinity and received numerous awards, including the Doctor of Peacemaking awarded by Westminster College. His was the third such award; the first was to Mother Teresa and the second was to Bishop Desmond Tutu.

Dr. Washington is the founder and pastor emeritus of Rock Of Our Salvation Evangelical Free Church in Chicago, an urban church reaching across racial barriers in the inner city of Chicago. Currently he and his wife, Paulette, reside in Denver and attend Church In The City, a thriving multi-cultural, inner city church.

Music by Antoinette Harkonen

Tickets $35 per person

Please RSVP by calling 248-312-8277 or 586-207-1188

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