Men’s Prayer Breakfast

MOI (Men of Issachar) will host a free southern buffet breakfast as part of our Sunday morning Prayer Breakfast. Breakfast will be at 6am. We will have a time of worship, intercession over the conference, and targeted prayer over men and the MOI prayer assignments. The breakfast is free and opportunities will be available for those who want to sow into Men of Issachar, Aglow International. The prayer time will begin at 6am and conclude at 8:30am. All men are welcome.

Men praying

What: Men's Prayer Breakfast

When: Sunday, 9/17 6am

Where: Hyatt Jacksonville Riverfront, The Clearwater Room on the 3rd floor

Cost: FREE

More Information

  • Menu: Southern Breakfast Buffet (portions will be served), includes sliced pineapple and honeydew, assorted muffins freshly scrambled cage free eggs, crisp naturally cured bacon, biscuits with sausage gravy, buttery breakfast grits, selection of chilled juices, and freshly brewed coffee and Tazo tea selection.
  • Purpose: As an opportunity to sow into the intercessors such as yourself, Men of Issachar is offering this breakfast free to you, but it does require the early morning attendance. The reason being, this is truly a Prayer Breakfast, but we feel it is so paramount in God's calendar to activate men into their upgraded roles as intercessors and leaders, we feel breakfast and prayer can be done together.
  • Donation: There is no donation required, but we will offer the opportunity to sow into Men of Issachar for those who wish to donate. We will be tithing on this amount to Aglow International and depositing the rest for the next year's conference prayer breakfast. Please do not feel pressured in any way to contribute. That's not what this meeting is about.
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3 Comments

  1. Rachel Brown on July 28, 2023 at 2:40 am

    Do the men who participate have to have a paid registration?

    • Rick on August 10, 2023 at 3:27 pm

      Hi Rachel, thanks for asking about the men’s breakfast. The answer is yes, men attending the breakfast will need to have a paid registration. We welcome guests to the meet and greet on Saturday afternoon however.

  2. Carolyn T Ross on September 12, 2023 at 10:41 am

    I just read this about men needing to be registered for breakfast

    I didn’t look online at all until today. I saw Racheal’s question & Ricks. Response.
    I Registered my friend many months ago, her husband is driving her down in an RV, from HUNTVILLE, AL he will be staying at a campground @ 1/2 hour away.
    What would it costs me to have him come for breakfast, I know it’s free. I’m willing to make a donation to include him, he could drive in and this experience could bring him closer to the Lord. Thank you for your future response. Carolyn R

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