Bob Jensen speaks at Prayer Breakfast in Dayton

Bob Jensen from Dayton and a former Presidential Secret Service Member and Security for Franklin Graham Ministries spoke at the 14th annual Rhea County Prayer Breakfast on Wednesday, April 26, 2017.(Photo:GaryBolden/RheaReview)
Former Rhea County Law Officer,  who also worked for, Chattanooga Police Department, Secret Service, and Franklin Graham Minsitries, speaks at Prayer Breakfast

April 26, 2017

Dayton, TN — Bob Jensen, former Rhea County law officer spoke at 14th annual Dayton Prayer Breakfast on Wednesday.  Mr. Jensen went on to work for Chattanooga Police Department, United States Secret Service(retired). He was head of security for Franklin Graham’s 2016 Decision American tour, and is Adjunct Criminal Justice Instructor for Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina.  Six local churches and several community sponsors put on Prayer Breakfast at Dayton First Baptist Church.

The event coordinated with National Day of Prayer, began with nice breakfast spread. After opening National Anthem, sung by Sarah Tipton the event was opened in prayer by Reverend Milton Knox. The colors for the National Anthem were presented by the Rhea County High School R.O.T.C. Color Guard. The theme for this year’s prayer breakfast was “For Your Great Name’s Sake!, Hear us, Forgive us, Heal us.”

The Mays family, a local singing family sang a couple of christian songs.  Mike Mays, father of the family was at one time Music Minister at Dayton First Baptist.  Reverend Edward Charles Johnson, pastor of First Christian Church then offered up prayer before Bob Jensen brought the message.

Bob Jensen gave some stories about his security related career and spoke about his relationship with God.  After Mr. Jensen spoke there was a report on  Cumberland Springs Bible camp  Last years project and recipient of funds from the Prayer breakfast.  The funds were used for a new roof for one of the main buildings, and was very much appreciated. This year the recipient of funds will be Blazing Hope Ranch.  After closing comments by Jack Taylor, of community partners for Christ, Reverend Milton Knox closed in prayer.

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