May 8, 2018
The National Prayer Breakfast is an annual ecumenical event held in Ottawa inviting leaders to come together for an inspirational message, music and the opportunity to pray together. The breakfast is offered under the auspices of the speakers of the Senate and the House of Commons and is organized by a group of volunteers.
The theme for the 2018 National Prayer Breakfast is “Believe, Serve, Lead”.
Dr. Os Guinness, author and social critic, is the keynote speaker and will be joined by special guest Humboldt Broncos’ chaplain Sean Brandow.
52nd Annual National Prayer Breakfast
The National Prayer Breakfast is an annual event held in Ottawa under the authority of the speakers of the Senate and the House of Commons and is organized by a group of volunteers. This year’s breakfast features an address by Governor General David Johnston. The theme of this year’s event is “He shall have dominion also from sea to sea.” (Psalms 72:8)
Jefferson Bethke, author of Jesus > Religion, wrote this authentic spoken-word to highlight the difference between Jesus and false religion. To date, Why I Hate Religion But Love Jesus has received more than 30 million views. His conviction and passion are contagious and inspire hope for the next generation of Jesus-lovers and leaders.
What role do our deepest human cravings for intimacy, destiny and meaning play in our search for God? Crave: The Documentary explores how regardless of race, background, or spirituality, we all have one thing in common: the cravings of our soul. Crave features intimate interviews with people young and old. What they say about life’s biggest questions may surprise you.
Magdalena, a film made especially for women, beautifully shares God’s love that can transform any heart. A story of tenderness, freedom and purpose, it portrays Jesus’ compassion for women and historical accounts of His interactions with them, as seen through the eyes of Mary Magdalene.