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"Be a Man" - Gary Mortara, ...
"Be a Man" - Gary Mortara, Senior Pastor of Faith Fellowship in San Leandro, CA
Friday Evening Session - Pastor ...
Friday Evening Session - Pastor Gary Mortara
Saturday Morning Session - Pastor Gary Mortara
Saturday Evening Session - Pastor Gary Mortara
In San Leandro, I'd think ...
In San Leandro, I'd think Gary Mortara's endorsement would be quite useful.
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Men's Ministry Catalyst
Senior Pastor, Faith Fellowship , San Leandro, CA
Topic: Be a Man!
Pastor Gary gave his life to Jesus Christ in 1980.
In 1988 he
pioneered a Church in Oakland, California.
Then in 1993 he became the Senior Pastor of Faith Fellowship.
Pastor Gary has over 20 years of experience as a Senior Pastor.
During this time he
has ministered to multitudes of people and seen many lives transformed and renewed.
Many have been healed, marriages have been restored, and many have turned their lives over to Jesus Christ.
Pastor Gary's passion is to minister to people in the name of Jesus Christ and to glorify God
in all he
Pastor Gary's first book entitled "Be A Man" has sold thousands of copies.
In 1986, Pastor Gary
married his wife Tisha and they have three children: Michael 22, Jonathan19, and Liana 15.
Gary Mortara, Senior Pastor
, San Leandro, CA
Pastor Gary will be speaking about three different areas where men struggle in leading their families and themselves.
gives practical, hands on, how to's of everyday living that you will be able to apply immediately.
Among the speakers at the meeting ...
Among the speakers at the meeting was Pastor Gary Mortara of the Faith Fellowship Church.
He said that as a community member he doesn't want to hurt the city, his interest is in getting a property for them to build a church (I've been suggesting that we give him the former Albertson's property, this would put 1700 people downtown every Sunday, as well as many during the week).
He asked that the City not hurt the community for what's a matter between them.
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I've heard that Pastor Mortara
wants the City
to find him an acceptable property, rather than just pay money damages; after all, he
still needs to accommodate 1,700 parishioners.