Check out our 2018 Fort Worth Prayer Breakfast speaker, Tom Doyle, as he talks about his new book, Standing in the Fire!"Be inspired to live your faith out like never before."April 19, 2018. To buy tickets: https://fwcpb.org
Posted by Fort Worth Prayer Breakfast on Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Please join us Thursday, April 19, 2018, from 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM for our 31st Annual Christian Prayer Breakfast featuring Tom Doyle. Breakfast buffet opens at 6:30 AM.
Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel. As the Vice President and Middle East Director for e3 Partners since 2001, Tom Doyle’s experience in the heart of these Islamic nations is extensive. A gifted storyteller, Tom brings God’s astounding work in these nations to light. Whether in his books, on television (FOX News, The 700 Club, 100 Huntley Street), on the radio (Focus on the Family, Janet Parshall Live), at conferences (Epicenter, Passion, Open Doors, Voice of the Martyrs, Calvary Chapel, The Crescent Project, and e3 Partners), or in local churches, Tom shares fresh, compelling, and thought-provoking reports of God’s activity.
Tom graduated from Biola College in 1979 and Dallas Theological Seminary in 1983, and is a licensed guide for the State of Israel with over 70 trips. After pastoring churches in Colorado, Texas, and New Mexico for 20 years, he became the Middle East director for e3 Partners/I Am Second. His wife of 37 years, JoAnn, serves with him at e3 as the director of Not Forgotten, a ministry to women of the Middle East. They have six children and four grandchildren and are praying for about 20 more! Tom has written 8 books including the best sellers: Standing in the Fire (released April 2017) Dreams and Visions-Is Jesus Awakening the Muslim World? And also, Killing Christians-Living the Faith Where it is Not Safe to Believe.
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