Saint Paul Prayer Breakfast
Prayer Breakfast 2019
Dan Stoltz is the President and Chief Executive Officer of SPIRE Credit Union, which has nineteen branches, over 115,000 members/customers, and holds assets over $1.1 billion. Family and faith are his cornerstones and Stoltz defines a truly successful leader simply as a person who is a go-getter and go-giver.
Dr. Tom Blee & John Turnipseed
Mr. Turnipseed is Executive Vice President and Campus Pastor at Urban Ventures. Dr. Blee is a trauma surgeon at Regions Hospital and the creator and co-director of LIFEteam: a hospital-based intervention program that provides hope and healing for those wanting to undergo life-transforming change.
Keynote Speaker: David Horsager, MA, CSP, is the CEO of Trust Edge Leadership Institute, national bestselling author of The Trust Edge, inventor of the Enterprise Trust Index®, and director of one of the nation’s foremost trust studies: The Trust Outlook™. His work has been featured in prominent publications such as Fast Company, Forbes, The Huffington Post and The Wall Street Journal. David has delivered life-changing presentations on six continents, with audiences ranging everywhere from FedEx, Toyota and global governments to the New York Yankees and the Department of Homeland Security. Get free resources and more at www.DavidHorsager.com and www.TrustEdge.com
Dr Charles Morgan
Sheriff James Stuart
Keynote Speaker: Sheriff James Stuart is the 17th Sheriff of Anoka County since the office was established in 1857.
James has been married to his wife, Lisa, for 26 years and they have 3 children. They reside in Andover, Minnesota, and are very active as a family in their church and in the community. James has a demonstrated commitment to providing the best possible services to the citizens that he proudly serves and actively participates in numerous collaborative efforts.
Sheriff Stuart is active with the Minnesota Sheriff’s Association and represents law enforcement on the MSA Legislative & Training Committees. He is also active on the national level with the National Sheriff’s Association as a member of the Domestic Violence committee, Youth Programs Committee & International Policing Committee; he is a Member of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids (Anti-crime organization), the Minnesota Domestic Violence Committee, a member of Rotary International, the National Domestic Preparedness Coalition; a Board member for the Equal Justice Committee; an Advisory board member for Rasmussen Criminal Justice Studies Program, the Secretary/Treasurer for the Joint Law Enforcement Council; and Past Board Member for the Governor’s Forensic Lab Advisory Board and Past President of the Anoka County Chiefs of Police Association.
Keynote Speaker: Laurel Bunker. For over 20 years, Pastor Laurel Bunker has been a leader in the fields of education, non-profit business, church
Laurel has also held key positions in national organizations such as Young Life, the YMCA
Laurel and her husband Joshua, make their home in the Summit-University neighborhood of Saint Paul with their two daughters, Naomi and Camile.
Richard Coleman, Keynote speaker
Richard is an ordained Itinerant Elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. He is married to Pastor Mary Elaine Galloway Coleman. They have three daughters and 10 grandchildren. Richard currently serves as Executive Director of the Hope United Community Development Corporation whose mission is to be a catalyst of hope in North Minneapolis, connecting people, organizations, and resources to transform our community for good. More information on how Hope United executes its mission is available at www.hopeunitedcdc.org. Richard is grateful for his education and training through Chicago’s Public Schools, Chicago’s Amundsen/Mayfair College, De Paul University, and Bethel University. Richard is also co-founder, with Mary, of Servant Leaders’ Support, Inc., and serves as an Associate Minister at Wayman A.M.E. Church. He has served on the board of directors for the Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches for 22 years and serves the boards of the R3 Collaborative, the Minnesota Prayer Breakfast, Global Horizons, Inc., and Transform MN. He is the recipient of numerous honors including the Honorary Chairmanship of the 2004 Luis Palau Twin Cities Festival, and the Bethel Seminary Community Leadership Award.
Daniel Taylor, Keynote Speaker
Daniel is an author and frequent conference speaker and a native of St. Paul. In keeping with the Prayer Breakfast’s theme of telling God’s story in St. Paul, Daniel shared his thoughts and insights from his most recent book, Creating a Spiritual Legacy: Sharing Your Stories, Values
Peter Haas, Keynote Speaker
Peter is a well-known pastor, author and conference speaker who experienced a radical conversion to Christianity while working in a nightclub as a rave DJ.
In 2004, Peter, his wife
Peter’s new comedic memoir, “Phari-
Stephanie Klinzing, Keynote Speaker
Stephanie is Mayor of Elk River. She has been instrumental in the transformation of her city during three terms as mayor. As chairman of the Love Elk River Board of Directors and a member of the Pray Elk River Servant Leader Team, Mayor Klinzing has guided the spiritual transformation of her city’s people, businesses and government and shared with Breakfast attendees about the process.
God’s movement in the city is evident in that there have been weekly prayer meetings for about 15 years, bringing together people from across denominational lines to pray for the city. “The unity in the Body of Christ, apparent in Elk River, is unprecedented,” she said. The city also has a “kingdom” business ministry, the growth of which is clear, based on the fact that it has had to continually find larger places for its meetings.
Mayor Klinzing was elected mayor in 1998 and has also served as a Sherburne County Commissioner and member of the Minnesota House of Representatives. She has published over 13 Minnesota church history books as a co-owner of Central Minnesota Church
She is also a member of the Greater Minnesota Housing Fund Board of Directors and a member of the Energy City Commission in Elk River. Mayor Klinzing is the recipient of several
Mayor Klinzing and her husband James Zaczkowski have three grown children and three grandchildren.