A Kingdom Harvest Alliance Series

How Are You Impacting Your Spheres of Authority?

In this series, we want to highlight great examples of KINGDOM IMPACT – those who are influencing their spheres of authority and building storehouses for harvest. As we develop further, we will be reaching out to get your stories and testimonies of how YOU are impacting your spheres of authority. We will add Kingdom Impact features every few weeks so stay tuned.

Our Daily Bread - Denton

Our Daily Bread feeds, shelters, and cares for the homeless and at-risk in the Denton, Texas  community while maintaining the dignity of the guests and offering opportunities for a new start.  The meal program at Our Daily Bread is over 20 years strong, but they now provide so much more than a nutritious meal. They were founded in 2000 by a group of churches working collaboratively to serve a daily meal to their guests. Through continuing relationships with their founding churches and fostering new contacts, they have developed a real community. Whether a guest or a volunteer, you will find that  Our Daily Bread Denton feels like home.

Venner Alston

Dr. Venner J. Alston travels internationally to communicate hope and offer Kingdom solutions to individual and societal issues. Venner is a commissioned apostle, gifted author, teacher and speaker. In addition to earning a doctoral degree in Urban Education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Venner is certified as a life coach with several organizations including the John Maxwell Group. She is founder and apostle of Global Outreach Ministries and Training Center and She Changers Women’s Ministry. She hosts Destiny Moments with Dr. Venner Alston on Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural Network. Dr. Alston is aligned with Global Spheres Inc. led by Apostle Chuck Pierce. She is also a frequent speaker at Glory of Zion International Ministries and lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The Bright Factory

Meghan Forest Farmer has woven her way through the fashion pipeline over the past 10 years, but currently works as a fashion stylist, both on photo shoot sets, and in the wardrobes of her personal styling clients. After learning of the unfortunate, darker side of the fashion industry, specifically within garment manufacturing, she made sustainability and ethical fashion a mission for her personal life, and to educate her styling clients on. While volunteering with a local organization, visiting incarcerated women, she learned of the great difficulty of finding dignified work after incarceration. She made the connection between the fashion industry stealing dignity from the garment workers it exploits, and women in her own city who deserved to have their dignity restored. The idea for her newest business venture was formed; The Bright Factory. A cut and sew factory in Fort Worth, TX, creating sustainable t-shirts, by the hands of formerly incarcerated women, being given another chance. Meghan believes you can carry a heart for justice and joy at the same time, and she lives her life to make a brighter future.

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