Dream Celebration

January 19, 2020 | 6:00pm | $10

Champion Forest Baptist Church

We are passionate about unity in the midst of diversity. Each year during MLK weekend we host this inspiring event to celebrate all God has done, and is doing at Champion Forest. It's also a time to be encouraged as we strive to reach everyone in the shadow of our steeple.

Tickets are now available for purchase below. Ticket price is $10.00.

Featured Guests


Guest Speaker

Multitudes of people believe in the gospel message, but it takes a special gift to passionately articulate God's truth in a way that truly impacts lives. Alicia Williamson Garcia has that gift! She is known for her unique ability to present a relevant message that reaches beyond cultural barriers, bridges generations, and brings unity to the body of Christ.

A native of Florence, SC, Alicia began singing at age 5. Two years later, while listening to her father's first sermon, she trusted Jesus as her Lord and Savior. Her ministry career spans three decades beginning with the contemporary Christian group TRUTH, where she first recorded her signature song, "There Is a Hope." In 1993, Alicia started her itinerate speaking and worship ministry and is now a favorite speaker and worship leader for women's ministry events throughout the nation.

In 2002, Alicia and her husband, Richard Garcia, founded IN Worship, a discipleship ministry focused on impacting the world for Christ - everyday!

Alicia and her husband Richard currently live in Mobile, AL, and have two sons, Michael and David.

“Worship, in its total essence, is a response to the truth, not a reaction to circumstances.” — Alicia

D' Hania Hunt

Guest Speaker
Lieutenant Colonel D’Hania J. Hunt, United States Army, Retired

We couldn't be more proud to host this year's featured guest speaker, D'hania Hunt. In addition to her impressive years of service in the military, D'hania has been a treasured part of the CFBC family since she was a teenager. She is a proud graduate of Klein Forest High School, class of 1989. D’Hania received her commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army, Military Intelligence Corps from the United States Military Academy at West Point on 29 May 1993. Lieutenant Colonel Hunt retired on 1 October 2016 after 23 years of service in the United States Army.

During her 23-year career, D’Hania was stationed in 11 different locations to include deployments to Korea and Iraq twice. Her jobs ranged from Platoon Leader, Operations Officer, Company Commander, Instructor and Assistant Professor, and Division Chief.

Lieutenant Colonel Hunt’s awards and decorations include: Legion of Merit; Bronze Star with 1 Oak Leaf Cluster; Meritorious Service Medal with 4 Oak Leaf Clusters; Army Commendation Medal with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters; Joint Service Achievement Medal; Army Achievement Medal with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters; National Defense Service Medal with 1 Bronze Star; Iraqi Campaign Medal; Global War on Terrorism Service Medal; Korea Defense Service Medal; Armed Forces Service Medal; Army Service Ribbon; Oversees Service Ribbon with Number 2; Air Assault Badge; Parachutist Badge; Meritorious Unit Citation with 1 Oak Leaf Cluster; and the Knowlton Award.

The Hunt family has been members of Champion Forest Baptist Church since 1984. D’Hanias parents, Willie and Dianne Hunt have been actively engaged in the church throughout the years teaching Sunday School (when it was called Sunday School) in the Student Ministry and her mother has been in the choir. D’Hania, along with her brothers Wesley and Wrendon are blessed to be raised by God-fearing and God-trusting parents, who were raised by God-fearing and God-trusting parents.