History

Historically, the leadership of our nation has turned to Almighty God for strength and guidance. It is in this spiritual tradition that we hold the Michigan Prayer Breakfast, patterned after the Presidential Prayer Breakfast held annually in Washington, DC. Inaugurated in 1952 by leaders in the United States Senate and House of Representatives, such events are now held annually in nearly every state and in numerous communities.

This event is sponsored by an Ad Hoc committee of individual citizens who are concerned about the spiritual welfare of the state and its people. At this time of fellowship and prayer together, it is hoped that individuals, families, businesses, governmental agencies and other societal institutions will be influenced in a positive manner.

Each year at the Michigan Prayer Breakfast is the presentation of the annual Amy Writing Award. www.amyfound.org.

Most Recent Speaker:

Norm Miller
Norm Miller, Interstate Batteries Chairman, began his career with the company shortly after graduating from North Texas State University in 1962. In the past 55 years, he has moved through the ranks of Interstate - from his father's Tennessee distributorship, to the National Field Sales team at Dallas corporate headquarters, and on to the helm of Interstate's Executive Management Team. 1974 was a major turning point for both Miller and Interstate Batteries. It was during that year he became a follower of Christ and changed the way he approached business and his personal life. Norm and his wife, Anne, have been married for 54 years, have two children, five grandchildren and one great-grandson. More information about Interstate Batteries and more extensive biography of Norm Miller can be read here.

 

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