The FMCSC is committed to restoring, rebuilding, and renewing people and communities as ambassadors of Jesus by investing in the lives of others where they live. Lead by Brett Masters (Lead Pastor, Dream Center) and Hal Conklin (FMCSC & FMCUSA Board Chair) this strategic priority breakout will focus on God’s call on our lives to be healing instruments for individuals, families, and communities. We understand that we are gracious beneficiaries of God’s forgiveness and grace and we are His plan for delivering the same to those who would be His. Will you allow Christ to use you as an agent for change in your community?
Live What We Believe
The call to holiness and wholeness of person is demonstrated by selfless and sacrificial love for the people loved of God. We are a people who pray for the peace of the city and are peacemakers on the city streets. We are a people called of God to believe for God’s ongoing revelation while being God’s healing instruments for individuals, families, and communities. We are the gracious beneficiaries of God’s forgiveness and grace and we are His plan for delivering the same to those who would be His. We are a Kingdom people who serve the mighty King – We are a people who answer the call to live what we believe.
Brett Masters is currently serving as Senior Pastor and Executive Director of the Dream Center Lake Elsinore (DCLE). Previously, Brett has served as the Ministry Leader of Celebrate Recovery at Lamb’s Fellowship Lake Elsinore for several years prior to planting the DCLE. Brett has a passion and drive to make a difference by helping others in the community.
Hal Conklin currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Administration for both the FMCUSA and the FMCSC. In addition to his service to the church, Hal serves on numerous nonprofit boards throughout the United States focused on humanitarian relief, the arts, and environmental protection.
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