RenewPasco East-County Vision Rally

RenewPasco East-County Vision Rally

RenewPasco East-County Vision Rally

On Monday, March 31, RenewPasco gathered for our East-County Vision Rally. The event hosted attendees largely from the Dade City area. They were determined to unite Pasco County business, church and ministry leaders for

The evening began with incredible praise music from the Life's Harbor Church worship team, and then prayer and welcome message by Richard Hayes, RenewPasco president, CEO of  Digital Lightbridge and publisher of  TwoTen Magazine,

Brian Brown, RenewPasco board member and LifePoint Church's executive pastor introduced the audience to seven vital organizations that are serving the needs of those in Pasco County. We heard from Trinity Outreach of Tampa Bay, Recovery for Life, North Tampa Behavioral Health, Men of Integrity, Somebody Cares Pasco, Sunrise Domestic Violence and World Relief.

We transitioned the event to Corporal Alan T. Wilkett of the Pasco Sheriff's Office who eloquently and regrettably provided horrific statistics, through a multimedia presentation, on the complexity and shame of human trafficking
that primarily impacts girls and young women in Pasco County. Alan is also a RenewPasco board member and pastor of Life's Harbor Church in Dade City.

Pastor Brown closed the evening in prayer. As we collectively repented, we prayed that God would hear our needs and respond with His love, justice, mercy and grace toward our elected officials and we the community leaders.
We desire to end the societal cancers of illegal drugs, crime, prostitution, human trafficking, prescription drug abuse, alcoholism and the holocaust of abortion in Pasco County and our great nation. We asked God through His Son
Jesus Christ to bless the three core principles of RenewPasco: addiction recovery, community restoration and child reunification.

The attendees spent the balance of the evening networking, fellowshipping and visiting the informative exhibits of our partner organizations.

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