In cities across the United States, Dream Centers meet the needs, heal the hurts, and solve many problems that inner-city people have to tackle.
Many dream centers fill a gap by providing shelter for homeless and victims of human trafficking, provide food and medical supplies for those in need, and point people to the appropriate resources to restore them in the future. The first Dream Center opened in 1996 in Los Angeles, and was formerly a teaching hospital that was converted into a “spiritual healing center” by Pastors Tommy and Matthew Barnett. The goal of the L.A. Dream Center is not only to provide physical human services to the people of Los Angeles, but to also connect people to God and let them know that He is their great redeemer.
Learn more about the Dream Center at http://www.dreamcenter.org/.
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