Breakout Sessions

This year we are offering six outstanding Breakout Sessions. These breakouts are a chance to extend the conversation started during the breakfast program.

The free sessions take place immediately following the breakfast program and run for one hour (9:00 – 10:00am).  No reservations required.  Adjust your calendar now and plan to attend one!

Many participants in the past have commented how attending one of these sessions added value to their overall morning experience.  Great opportunity to meet others who are interested in the same topic.

“SEEKING MY OWN BREAKTHROUGH” 
Joyce & John Smith, Breakthrough Movie; Jason Noble, Family Pastor
An opportunity to interact with our keynoters, and learn more about what Jesus has taught them about the power of prayer – especially when a whole community comes together to pray.

“MY LIFE HAS A SUPERB CAST, BUT I CAN’T FIGURE OUT THE PLOT”
David Stark, Author; Kristin Evenson, Junctures LLC
Decisions about my career seem so unclear.  Why do my prayers appear unanswered?  What does an “answer” even look like?  Two workshop leaders, in different voices, want to help you see a little more clearly in the fog of uncertainty about your career.

“COME PRAY WITH ME”
Sue Jackson, MNPB Prayer Team Leader
Prayer Team members will facilitate an exploration of all we learned about prayer this morning, and be available for personal prayer.

“10,000 LAKES. 101 NATIONS. 1 MINNESOTA.”
Chris Brooks, Merge; Miriam Medina, Urban Ventures; Danny Yang, Merge
Minnesota has over 100 nations represented here.  Come learn about how to develop meaningful relationships with all of our neighbors.

“FAITH AND PRAYER IN THE WORKPLACE”
Bob Willbanks, Ambassadors for Business; Gary Borgendale, Salem Media Group
Prayer can be a foundation that brings us together in the workplace, but it can be challenging in a divergent world.  Find examples to help you combat fears, both real and imagined.

“TALKING ABOUT FAITH”
Steve Moore, Minnesota Fellowship
A prayer breakfast is a safe place for people of different faith backgrounds to gather to seek God together.  As a step toward unity, can we have a conversation about how we each understand and communicate with God?  Let’s try.

Plan your schedule to attend one!