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2020 Breakfast Update


Keynote Speaker

Ravi Zacharias, Founder and President of Ravi Zacharias International Ministires

Sadly, Ravi Zacharias, who was to be our guest speaker, passed away 19th May 2020.  

We are saddened by the passing of this wonderful man of God and have passed on our condolences to his family and the ministry staff of RZIM. 

Malcolm Smith

Keynote Speaker

Malcolm Smith, Founder and Executive Director of Adult and Teen Challenge WA

Malcolm Smith became a Christian at the age of 18, beginning his service to the Lord as a Sunday School teacher. He has since served as a youth pastor, the director of Teen Challenge NSW Academy of Youth Ministry, Asia Pacific Director for Teen Challenge and was a founding member of the Global Teen Challenge Board that watches over 1,500 centres in
129 nations, and has left a world-wide gospel footprint.

Malcolm was called to Western Australia in early 1985 where he helped set up Teen Challenge WA. Some 35 years later, Malcolm continues to head up the ministry (now Adult & Teen Challenge WA) and is still preaching, teaching and bringing people to Jesus via the gospel today.

Adult & Teen Challenge WA has helped thousands of young people to break free from the curse of drug and alcohol addiction and to lead healthy, drug-free lives and to be restored to their families by the grace of God and Malcolm’s obedience to the call of God.

Malcolm has earned many accolades over his many years of ministry to those young people affected by drug and alcohol addictions, the most prestigious of which was the Prime Minister’s Award for Alcohol and Other Drug Excellence and Innovation in Canberra, ACT.

2020 Breakfast

This year’s breakfast will look different.

In order to ensure we abide by the WA Government’s COVID-19 safety guidelines and to guard the health and wellbeing of attendees, this years event will look a little different. For this year only we have decided to move to a free, online Governor’s Prayer Breakfast from 7 to 8 am on Friday 14 August 2020.

We are encouraging you to gather with friends and family to watch the event and join together in prayer. A list of registered events hosted by churches and other community groups which you are welcome to attend will be available shortly.

Further details on how to access the live online event will be sent out to registered guests closer to the date. 

Those who have paid and booked for the 2020 breakfast will have their bookings carried over until the 2021 Governor’s Prayer Breakfast. However, if you require a refund please contact us to arrange this.