To Our CLF Family, We have been heartbroken over the events of the past week. We have lost innocent lives, loving family members, mothers, fathers, children, and caring Christians that would warmly welcome visitors to share their worship time and make them feel their love for Christ. Events cruelly similar have plagued our country over Continue Reading »
14th Annual Charleston Leadership Prayer Breakfast Speaker Martha Williamson November 12, 2015 | 7am-9:15am | Charleston Area Convention Center Click Here to Purchase Tables & Tickets We are so excited about our speaker for this year’s Prayer Breakfast. Martha is an excellent speaker that engages the crowd with heartfelt stories and wise wise words. Continue Reading »
Tara Banks – Music for Prayer Breakfast 2014 With Garrett Abel, Acoustic Guitar Worship Leader at Seacoast Church, Long Point Tara Banks was raised outside of Atlanta, Georgia and in 2000, began leading worship for Seacoast Church, a large interdenominational church known for pioneering the multi-site church approach located in Mount Pleasant, SC. She Continue Reading »
First, there was a NON-PROFIT LUNCH by Phil Cooke on Nov. 6, following the prayer breakfast for the regions non-profits held at Seacoast Church.
Tom Lehman’s invitation to attend the 2012 Annual Charleston Leadership Prayer Breakfast (click here).
Dr Jairy Hunter, President, Charleston Southern University: “The annual Charleston Leadership Prayer Breakfast brings together leaders in our community who pray for God’s guidance and give thanks for our many blessings. I look forward to hearing an inspirational speaker who encourages everyone to trust and honor God in every aspect of life. The event is Continue Reading »
BY ADAM PARKER The Post and Courier If we’ve learned anything from the controversy over the May 6 National Day of Prayer, recently declared unconstitutional by a federal judge in Wisconsin, it may be that religion prompts disagreement, lots of it. And when it comes to the politics of religion, little is more divisive than Continue Reading »
By Adam Parker The Post and Courier Sunday, October 18, 2009 Brian Czobat/Autostock, USA Joe Gibbs, former Washington Redskins head coach and now NASCAR team owner, will be in Charleston on Wednesday for a prayer breakfast at the Charleston Area Convention Center. Tickets for Wednesday’s prayer breakfast are sold out. The Charleston Leadership Foundation is Continue Reading »
BY ADAM PARKER The Post and Courier About 900 people — a capacity crowd — filled the ballroom at the Charleston Area Convention Center Wednesday morning in Christian fellowship to hear from football legend Joe Gibbs. Gibbs, a NASCAR team owner and former coach of the Washington Redskins, told the group that “life is a Continue Reading »