2020 Event

33rd Annual Christian Prayer Breakfast Fort Worth Tarrant County

Keynote Speaker

Rosaria Butterfield

Event Detail

April 9, 2020

7:00 AM – 8:30 AM   Add to my calendar 
Breakfast service opens at 6:30AM

Amon G. Carter Exhibit Hall
3401 W. Lancaster Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76107

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“I learned the first rule of repentance: that repentance requires greater intimacy with God than with our sin. How much greater? About the size of a mustard seed. Repentance requires that we draw near to Jesus, no matter what. And sometimes we all have to crawl there on our hands and knees. Repentance is an intimate affair. And for many of us, intimacy with anything is a terrifying prospect.” 

Rosaria Butterfield, The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert

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About the Event

The Christian Prayer Breakfast Fort Worth Tarrant Country is an annual event that brings together men and women from across our community to hear from an inspiring speaker and pray for our local, state, and national leaders. The Follow On events continue the conversation after the prayer breakfast!
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How to Get Involved

Start thinking about who you can invite to the Christian Prayer Breakfast Fort Worth Tarrant County. Who do you know that needs to hear the inspiring message of Christ? Consider the people that God has put in your life, and think about who could join you at a table for this inspiring event.

History of the Event

The idea of a prayer breakfast was brought to Fort Worth by Bill Garrison in 1986. After attending a Dallas prayer breakfast event, he held a gathering of local business leaders to discuss creating a similar event for Fort Worth. The group’s desire was to bring together all types of community leaders to pray for local, state, and national leaders. They also realized the opportunity to provide an inspirational and challenging message from an individual living out their faith in Christ.

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Past Events

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2018 Tom Doyle

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2017 Stephanie Fast

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2016 Ken Starr

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2015 Lee Strobel

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2014 Eric Metaxas

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2013 Wayne Huizenga, Jr.

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2012 Retired Major Jeff Struecker

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2011 Coach Brad McCoy

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2010 Michael Franzese

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2009 Josh Hamilton with Jim Sundberg, as Moderator

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2008 Lt. Col. Brian Birdwell

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Board of Directors

The Christian Prayer Breakfast Fort Worth Tarrant County representing business and community leadership in Fort Worth/Tarrant County meets annually for the purpose of praying for our leaders.

Darren Keyes​

2019 Chair

Kathy Kinney

Chair Elect

Stacy Boyd

Bill Burton

Terrence Butler

Laura Deskins

Randy Elston

Regan Haggerty

Luke Hejl

Bill Jennings

Betty Kilpatrick

Rob Opitz

Mike Parish

Gordon Rhodes

Adam Rubinson

Lamar Smith

Sandra Stanley

Mark Wooten

Volunteer

We rely on community volunteers to make the Christian Prayer Breakfast of Fort Worth and Tarrant County an exceptional experience for attendees. 

Volunteering for the Prayer Breakfast is a memorable and rewarding experience! We need volunteers to help the day before and immediately following the event. To learn how you can help and to sign-up, please contact:

Bill Jennings
Volunteer Coordinator
bill@wcjco.com