Men’s Lenten Breakfast

One of the oldest and best known traditions at Immanuel Bible Foundation is the Men’s Lenten Breakfast. Dr. Harold Martin, longtime Senior Pastor at Second Presbyterian Church and one of the founders of Immanuel Bible Foundation, started this event in 1953. It has been held annually ever since.

Speaker for this year’s event, our 64th year, will be Steve Thomas. Steve invests his life in helping a variety of organizations build leadership, develop people and create team. To put it simply, he helps people navigate through the complexities of human weirdness. He genuinely wants to help people be better and has a passion to develop people get the most out of life and their leadership.

Tickets cost $20 or $15 for students. Ticket includes breakfast (tables seat 10, if you want to plan with friends) and speaker.

To purchase tickets, please call Annette Klinzing at 309-452-6710 (office hours 9-11 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday) or buy tickets online at http://www.ibfoundation.org/mens-lenten-breakfast.


Wednesday, March 8, 2017
6:00 am - 7:30 am

Cost: $20 or $15 for students


DoubleTree Hotel & Conference Center 10 Brickyard Dr. Bloomington IL 61704 309-452-7610

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