Cameron, Barfield to lead Love Worth Fighting For in Carrollton

From Staff Reports
religion@newnan.com
When Kirk Cameron steps onto the stage at the Love Worth Fighting For event scheduled for Carrollton, he hopes his audience is more than people struggling to keep their marriage alive.
The television and movie star knows from experience the advice, music and humor shared at the conferences will benefit people in all stages of life. Cameron, along with musical guest Warren Barfield, will take part in this event, sponsored by Feed Your Faith, at the Carrollton High School auditorium.
Love Worth Fighting For will be held on Feb. 10 at 4 p.m.
“During these Love Worth Fighting For events we focus on all areas of personal and spiritual relationships and truly seek to help people in all stages of life – from teenagers, and single adults to newly married couples and longtime spouses,” said Cameron.
As the featured speaker for the Love Worth Fighting For conference, Cameron has proven to draw large crowds, with more than 65,000 people attending last year’s tour. According to conference organizers, tickets are currently still available for the Carrollton event, but if past shows are any indication, this stop could prove to be a sellout.

The tour will be making more than 30 stops across the country including events in Alabama, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Missouri, Texas and Georgia. Tickets range from $20-$35 each and are available as reserved seats or general admission for singles, couples and groups of 10 or more.

Cameron is a television and film actor and producer noted most recently for his work in the inspiring documentary film “Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure.” He is also known for his memorable performance in the film “Fireproof” and his roles on ABC’s “Growing Pains.”

Cameron and his wife, Chelsea, are the founders of Camp Firefly, an all expenses paid retreat for seriously ill children and their families. Together, they live in California with their six children.

Barfield is a North Carolina-born singer/songwriter.


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