This is a unique opportunity for us as a community to gather in God’s name to pray for our community, state, and nation…something much needed at this time. The Rhea County Prayer Breakfast has a desire to encourage godliness in business and community life, and to be an example for those who will follow us in leadership, while thanking God for His faithfulness and blessing.
Fourteenth Annual Rhea County Prayer Breakfast
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
First Baptist Church Dayton
6:30 a.m.- 8:00 a.m.
Our full breakfast will be followed by a short Day of Prayer program featuring local pastors, special music, and keynote speaker Rhea County native Bob Jensen of Franklin Graham Ministries. His bio is enclosed for further information.
You’re encouraged to attend, and consider purchasing a table for your business, church, organization or group.
Tables of six are $50, and tables of eight are $65. Please fill out the enclosed table registration form and return it with payment, email your information to the address provided, or call.
Proceeds from this year’s event will support Blazing Hope Ranch, a Christ-focused non-profit providing aftercare for survivors of human trafficking using equine-assisted therapy.
All are invited and encourage to attend. Download printable registration here.
The Rhea County Prayer Breakfast Committee: Brenda Davis, Brad/Beth Harris, Dan/Lenita Sanders, Jack/Karin Traylor, Tom /Dawn Hudlow, Rev. Bob Schafer, Walt/Lynne Spivey
Bob Jensen – 2017 Featured Speaker
Bob Jensen, a Dayton native, retired from the U.S. Secret Service in 2011. At the time, he was assigned to the Special Operations Division-Counter Assault Team in Washington, D.C. As an Agent, Jensen was assigned to the Denver and Miami Field Offices and the Presidential Protective Division. Prior to his career with the Secret Service, he was a Police Officer in Tennessee for ten years, working for the Chattanooga Police Department as a Patrolman and SWAT Sniper after beginning his career at the Spring City Police Department and the Rhea County Sheriff’s Department.
Jensen worked on security and logistics for Franklin Graham during the 2016 Decision America Tour and is an online Adjunct Criminal Justice Instructor for Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina. He has a Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Tiffin University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from Bryan College. He and his wife Becky, another Bryan alum, have two grown daughters and three grandchildren. Becky is a paramedic, medical technologist, and works for the Samaritans Purse Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) deployed near Mosul, Iraq.