From Home Furnishing Business
Ashley’s HomeStore Licensee CEO to Keynote Market Prayer Breakfast
The prayer breakfast, which has taken place annually before the High Point Spring Market since 1994, begins at 7 a.m. and will end promptly at 8 a.m.
“I hope attendees will take away a new conviction around how hearing the voice of God is critical to true peace in the midst of pain, and how this experience shapes you as a leader,” Spencer said.
Spencer is the owner of nearly 100 furniture stores with over 2,400 employees in more than 12 states, serviced by 18 distribution centers.
Named one of the 10 fastest-growing furniture retailers in the nation, Spencer is passionate about giving back to the community, and the retailer donates a portion of every eligible sale to One World Health, which provides health care to areas in the world lacking adequate medical facilities.
The contributions of DSG have enabled over 54,000 individuals to have access to basic healthcare when previously they did not. Through “Hope to Dream,” a program started by DSG, over 4,500 beds have been given away to children in need. Spencer and his wife have three children.
Leading in music and worship at the breakfast will be Andy Peele, with i3Collective, a nonprofit organization that invests, inspires and impacts the local church.
Cost of admission for the breakfast is $30 per ticket, which includes breakfast. You can purchase a table for 8 people for $240, and a half-table of 4 people for $120. Participants and companies are encouraged to be General Breakfast Sponsors, making a contribution online.
For online reservations and payment, visit www.furniturefellowshipbreakfast.com by April 1.