Dan Glushefski – “Documentaries as Ministry”
Saturday August 3, 2019, 1 pm – 3 pm, Kennedy Room, Millennium Hotel | $4 [Tickets]
Western New York filmmaker’s project, a 20-minute documentary “The Path To Peace” screens at Saturday August 3, 2019, at 1 pm, followed by his presentation on “Documentaries as Ministry,” and a Q&A.
Dan was born and raised in Tonawanda, NY which is a suburb of Buffalo. In 1976 he barely graduating from Kenmore East High school and joined the US Coast Guard. After 4 unproductive years in the USCG Dan traveled throughout the country and settled briefly in Sacramento, California, where he took one semester of college and worked in automobile sales. In 1981 he moved back to Buffalo and worked in the Health Club industry for 2 years. In 1983 with a couple thousand dollars and no experience Dan and a close friend purchased a bankrupt small tavern in Williamsville, NY.
In 1986 a major change of life occurred, after 9 years of knowledge and countless opportunities, Dan finally accepted Jesus as Lord and Savior and became a Christian. He quickly sold his bar and found himself without a job and at 28 years old, not much experience and little education for any good paying occupation. With only some sales experience he turned to Real Estate and was licensed in 1986. He currently serves on missions trips around the globe.
To work and operate in the Real Estate investing field providing quality homes and rental properties to all purchasers and to use this business as a means to introduce people to and to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the different ministries (Matthew 25:35 Foundation, Compassion International, World Vision, Children’s Lighthouse) I am involved in that assist the less fortunate. Matthew 25:35 Foundation: https://www.facebook.com/Matthew25v35Foundation
Pilgrim Properties was founded by Dan Glushefski and incorporated in November of 2004. Pilgrim Properties is the 3rd Real Estate Company founded by Dan since 1984. | http://www.buffaloinvestment.com/ppabout.htm
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