World Renowned Missionary and Evangelist to Visit at Kansas City Church

Kansas City Kansas, March 24, 2014 — Dominic Russo is not only an amazing speaker, but also has a genuinely compassionate heart towards hurting people around the world. Russo’s humanitarian efforts in Latin America have not gone unnoticed. The President of Honduras declared a national holiday when more than one million Hondurans attended Russo’s 1Nation1Day event. “Every national newspaper announced, ‘We have a new Honduras.’” says Russo.

Dominic Russo has reached more than just Honduras. Nations around the world have gathered record breaking crowds to hear him speak and minister. Together with his wife Lindsay, Dominic has founded humanitarian works in India, Nepal, and other nations across the globe.

Now, the people of Kansas City have a unique opportunity to hear this charismatic speaker as he visits Praise Chapel Christian Fellowship in Kansas City Kansas this Sunday, March 30th. There is no cost to attend, and miracles have been known to accompany Russo’s events. Dominic will be speaking at 8:30am, 10:00am, and 6:00pm at Praise Chapel’s West Campus located at 5045 Parallel Pkwy, Kansas City KS 66104. He will also speak at 11am at Praise Chapel’s East Campus located at 2305 NE Douglas St., Lee’s Summit MO 64064.

More information can be found online at or by calling 913-596-0006.

Contact: Pastor Shannon Watterson, Assistant Pastor 918-899-9257

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