You’re invited to a special luncheon as we gather with men from throughout East Texas to celebrate all that has been accomplished through CityFest and share the real reason behind the effort.
As a table host, you will have the opportunity to invite your friends, family, and neighbors to hear the life-changing message of Jesus in a comfortable and inviting setting.
Your guests will hear personally from world evangelist and author Andrew Palau as he shares a powerful presentation of the Good News of Jesus Christ.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3 | 12 to 1:30 p.m.
HARVEY HALL CONVENTION CENTER | 2000 W Front St, Tyler, TX 75701 | directions
Andrew grew up in a strong Christian home, one of four sons of world evangelist and author Luis Palau. Andrew, however, chose his own way and did not make an early commitment to Jesus Christ. He attended the University of Oregon where the party life was a large part of his studies.
Andrew took vacation time to join his parents for Luis’ evangelistic outreach in Kingston, Jamaica. His father preached the same Gospel message he had heard him share hundreds of times, but this time was different. Having witnessed God’s presence in the lives of some Jamaicans he met, Andrew gave his heart to the Lord after 27 years of living apart from Him. He has since shared the Gospel with millions of people, and at every opportunity he demonstrates his father’s same passion and love for Christ and for evangelism.
Clark Hunt is Chairman and CEO of the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League and FC Dallas of Major League Soccer. Hunt has been the guiding force behind the resurgence of the Chiefs and is a leading voice among NFL owners. In addition to his role as chairman of the NFL Finance Committee, Hunt is a member of the Digital Media, Conduct, International, and Management Council Executive committees. The Dallas native is also a founding investor operator in Major League Soccer. Hunt serves as a member of the MLS Board of Governors, MLS Labor Committee and as Chairman of the Product Strategy Committee. Hunt graduated first in his class at Southern Methodist University in 1987, where he was a four-year letterman and a captain of the Mustangs nationally-ranked soccer team. Hunt graduated from the St. Mark’s School of Texas in 1983, and currently serves as president of the St. Mark’s Board of Trustees. Hunt and his wife Tavia reside in Dallas with their three children—Gracie, Knobel and Ava.