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November 3, 2012

Ministry to bring Ignite the Fire here Nov. 10

Crusades For Christ-Chris Foster Ministries’ Ignite the Fire Tour comes to Dalton starting on Saturday, Nov. 10.

Evangelist Chris Foster, CEO of Crusades For Christ-Chris Foster Ministries, has conducted many events and outreaches in Dalton since 2009, including Great Revival Tour church events. This time around Foster is bringing the Great Revival Tour and the Ignite the Fire Tour to Dalton and Whitfield County to partner with churches and the community to reach youth and all ages. All events will be in English and Spanish.

While the Great Revival Tour is held inside churches, the Ignite the Fire Tour is held at middle schools, high schools and college facilities. The Ignite the Fire Tour event on Nov. 10 will have bands for all ages as well as great performances and teachings. The tour is a great place for the whole family to spend a few hours having fun and enjoying themselves.

The ministry is inviting all churches and each family in the Dalton-Whitfield County area to attend with free tickets that will be given out at partner churches and many other places across the city and county as well as at the door. All tickets have been paid for by the ministry and admission is free.

Pastors and leaders are welcome to contact the ministry if they would like to participate in the Dalton-Whitfield County Ignite the Fire Tour events, Great Revival Tour events, street evangelism training, street evangelism and food, toy and clothing outreaches after certain events.

The events in Dalton are scheduled for Nov. 10, Dec. 1, Dec. 8, Jan. 19, Feb. 16, March 23, April 20 and May 18. All events will be in the City Park School auditorium, 405 School St., across the street from the courthouse. The first event on Nov. 10 will begin at 7 p.m. Foster said he’s seeking businesses, food banks, interested individuals and churches of all denominations to participate.

Crusades for Christ-Chris Foster Ministries will hold morning and nightly crusades at several venues. Individuals and businesses that would like to partner with the ministry or donate to the ministry can contact Foster at www.greatrevivaltour.com/, www.ignitethefiretour.com/ or  www.cfccfm.com/; by emailing him at cfccfm@yahoo.com; or by writing to him at Crusades For Christ-Chris Foster Ministries, P.O. Box 2752, Stockbridge, GA 30281.

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