Rev. Max Manning, one of the original founders of Topeka Rescue Mission, has been serving the Kingdom of God since the 1950s. The pastor and missionary is the Director of Global Missions, Inc. a Topeka-based ministry, and has authored several books and booklets.
Manning has Ministered the Gospel in 64 nations around the world, including India, Sri Lanka, The African Continent, Central and South America and the Caribbean. He has served in the Dominican Republic and Haiti with many missionary trips for over 40 years, establishing Churches, orphanages, trade Schools, medical clinics and training seminars for Pastors and church leaders.
He has broadcast on the radio daily for over 50 continuous years, and is currently heard throughout Africa through his “Voice of Faith” Broadcast. The program is also aired on two Topeka stations and is heard by millions.
Now, a group of community leaders and supporters are throwing him a dinner — a Recognition Dinner, in honor of his Lifetime Achievements.
The Max Manning Recognition Dinner will take place September 10, and will be emceed by Barry Feaker, the Executive
Director at Topeka Rescue Mission and TRM Ministries.
The event will be held from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Rosewood Event Center, 3216 SW 29th St., in Topeka. The dinner will include remarks by various Christian leaders and others who have been involved in ministry with Manning.
After the dinner there will be a Dessert Buffet of delectable items provided by various churches in the local community.
There will also be a Silent Auction of items that have been donated by the community to help further Manning’s ministry, as well as autographed books by Manning and Feaker.
For tickets, donations or more information, visit Dinner4Max.familyofgodchurch.com.
–Lee Hartman | Metro Voice
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