J103 Announces 4th Annual Pastor Appreciation Breakfast

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

J103 will be hosting its Fourth Annual Pastor Appreciation Breakfast on Oct. 1, at the Chattanooga Convention Center in downtown Chattanooga.  This is a free event to recognize, express appreciation and encourage all pastors, ministers and clergy in the Tennessee Valley and surrounding states within J103’s listening area. Spouses are encouraged to attend.

The event will begin at 7:30 a.m. and end at approximately 10 a.m. The keynote speaker is Mike Williams, a former pastor who is now a Christian comedian. Mr. Williams has been making people laugh and learn for 17 years. When he is not touring the country, he and his family live in the Dominic Republic where they help facilitate a medical clinic and school. Worship music will be provided by Voices of Lee, an a cappella ensemble from Lee University in Cleveland. 

The platinum sponsors of the event include Belhaven University, Come & Reason Ministries, and People for Care & Learning. Others include the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Family Life, Run for God Ministries, Smiles of Chattanooga and many more.  Visit j103.com to see all of this year’s sponsors for the breakfast. 

To attend this free event, a RSVP is required by visiting www.j103.com/pastors-breakfast. The deadline is Sept. 25.  



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