2020 Event Cancelled
33rd Annual Christian Prayer Breakfast Fort Worth Tarrant County Has Been CANCELLED
Thank you so much for the enthusiasm and response to this year’s Prayer Breakfast. We regret to announce that the breakfast is cancelled due to the current coronavirus pandemic. Please check back for updates.
“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
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.
2019 J. Warner Wallace
J. Warner Wallace is a cold-case homicide detective, popular national speaker and best-selling author. He continues to consult on cold-case investi...
2018 Tom Doyle
Tom Doyle is the Vice President and Middle East Director for e3 Partners based in Dallas, Texas, and the author of eight books including Standing i...
2017 Stephanie Fast
Abandoned by her mother at the age of four or five, Stephanie Fast was left to wander the war-torn Korean countryside. She faced starvation, exposu...
2016 Ken Starr
A distinguished academician, lawyer, public servant and sixth-generation Texan, Judge Ken Starr serves as the chief executive officer of Baylor Un...
2015 Lee Strobel
Lee Strobel, the former award-winning legal editor of The Chicago Tribune, is a New York Times best-selling author of more than 20 books and serves...
2014 Eric Metaxas
Eric Metaxas grew up in Danbury, Connecticut, and graduated from Yale University in 1984. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller and CCP...
2013 Wayne Huizenga, Jr.
As the son of noted entrepreneur H. Wayne Huizenga and founder of AutoNation, Waste Management, and Blockbuster, Wayne Huizenga, Jr. enjoyed a life...
2012 Retired Major Jeff Struecker
As portrayed in the movie Black Hawk Down, Retired Major Jeff Strueker’s military service took him to the city streets of Mogadishu, Somalia. While...
2011 Coach Brad McCoy
Coach Brad McCoy has coached three teams to multiple state championship games. He is also father and mentor to also Colt McCoy, who is known for no...
2010 Michael Franzese
Michael Franzese ia a man with a past who has a hope for the future. Not long ago, Michael Franzese was known as “one of the biggest money earners ...
2009 Josh Hamilton with Jim Sundberg, as Moderator
Josh Hamilton Major League Baseball player, Josh Hamilton has lived a life of redemption. He often wonders if his life had taken an easier path, if...
2008 Lt. Col. Brian Birdwell
Lt. Col. Brian Birdwell is a survivor of the terrorists’ attacks on September 11, 2001. He was rescued from the ruins of the Pentagon and rushed to...
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.
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:
Purpose: For Worth Prayer Breakfast