Leadership Prayer Breakfast
Thursday, November 2nd, 2017
We are excited to bring back Bob Goff for the 28th Annual Leadership Prayer Breakfast! And we are mixing it up this year by switching venues. This year’s Prayer Breakfast will take place at Mershon Auditorium. Attendees will enjoy more time to network and socialize with a ‘grab-and-go’ style breakfast. And while tables of ten are not available in this auditorium, pricing for GROUPS OF 10 still exist and ensure your group sits together!
Bob Goff is the New York Times Best-Selling Author of Love Does, as well as an attorney who founded Love Does (formerly known as Restore International), a nonprofit human rights organization operating in Uganda, India, Somalia, Nepal, and Iraq.
To build upon the message Bob brought to us in 2015, Bob will be speaking about how servant leaders need to Dream Bigger! Dreaming Big helps us fulfill the God-sized dreams inside all of us. Dreaming Big helps servant leaders operate from a position of faith and abundance, leading people towards achieving their best!
Attendees will leave knowing how to
- Get their dreams “unstuck”
- Get back in touch with what they were made to do
- Experience the magic of realizing their dreams
Cindy Monroe is the Founder, President, and CEO of Thirty-One Gifts and will be chairing the 28th Annual Leadership Prayer Breakfast. In 2012, she founded a philanthropic initiative called Thirty-One Gives that empowers girls, women, and families, and this initiative has donated more than $100 million in products and cash to other nonprofits since its inception. Cindy and Thirty-One have received numerous awards, and Cindy currently serves on the Advisory Board of The Salvation Army in Central Ohio.
Make plans to stay directly following the Leadership Prayer Breakfast for the Community Connector event and link up with causes right here in Columbus!
Participating organizations include:
Mission: Lives affected by addiction, Changed through Christ
Mission: We are a group of parents working together, sharing experiences and unified in advocacy. We work collaboratively to effect change in the public perception of substance use disorder in order to advance the understanding that addiction is a brain disease which should be treated as such both medically and judicially
Mission: To journey into communities by inspiring people in bringing life
transformational guidance through God’s love.
Mission: My Very Own Blanket is dedicated to warming the heart of every child in the foster care system with a blanket and pillowcase which gives them a feeling of comfort, security and most of all, a smile
Mission: We help individuals and organizations identify their blindspots and see beyond them.
Mission: For over 33 years Victory has been a constant source of aid and support for those in crisis, and our call and mission is to break poverty’s cycle by addressing the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of economically disadvantaged families in all of Central Ohio.
Mission: to reach, rescue and restore all victims of commercial sexual exploitation, that the glory of God may be known.
Mission: Riverview International Center exists to empower our international neighbors to thrive in the United States through relevant education, events, and services.
As the Riverview International Center, it is our desire to assist with the basic needs of both new and established immigrants in the Riverview Drive neighborhood. Our office is a place where people can walk in and get help with any question they may have about navigating life in America. If we cannot provide the help ourselves, we will work hard to find someone that can. The role of the Center is to be a flexible and open resource that reflects what people in the community need.
Mission: International Friendships, Inc (IFI) is a community organization that works in partnership with universities and Christian volunteers to promote friendship and hospitality for international students, scholars and family members. IFI also partners with internationals through on-campus student organizations.
Mission: Uniting to improve the quality of healthcare delivery for the greater good of all people.
Mission: To witness the powerful transformation of our city through changed hearts for God.
Mission: Create a better world through Servant Leaders. We deliver programs to help people lead themselves, lead others, and lead organizations.