This last year, I have had the privilege of doing some website/design work for the Silicon Valley Prayer Breakfast (SVPB). SVPB is an amazing group of Christian individuals who host breakfasts throughout the year. These breakfasts are open to anyone for the purpose of sharing the gospel, inspiring each other in their work endeavors, and providing a place for networking. There are quarterly breakfasts which tend to be small events and then there is an annual breakfast every March which is a pretty big deal!
I went to my first Silicon Valley Prayer Breakfast in 1997 when Thomas Kinkade was the speaker and it was an amazing event! It took place in a hotel ballroom and the room was absolutely filled! There were so many interesting, inspiring people and I was so thrilled to be able to hear from an artist who I looked up to so much!!!!
This year’s annual breakfast is coming up fast! It will be Friday, March 13th at the Hyatt Regency in Santa Clara. There will be two amazing speakers: Kirk Perry, Google’s president of Brand Solutions and Neil Ahlsten, CEO Carpenters. They will be sharing on the event theme of “Finding Your Calling.” It should be a pretty awesome event and everyone is welcome – whether you are a Christian wanting to get to know other working individuals or whether you’re a Christian wanting to invite some skeptical co-workers – all are welcome!
Tickets are $40/person and are available on the SVPB website: www.svpb.net/annual-breakfasts.html
Below is a Video with More Info:
This Year’s Breakfast Handout:
Print out and pass along to friends/colleagues
Some Website Screenshots:
If you’d like to learn more about this amazing group, please peruse their SVPB Website or check out their YouTube Channel which are both rich with lots of great information! Or if you have more questions, please feel free to email me and I can try to connect you with the answer you need!
I’ve been very blessed to work alongside this organization and I’m excited for this year’s breakfast! Hopefully you can attend too and be blessed by them as well!
– Naphtalie Joy Joiner