Christopher Campbell, Coordinator
February 6, March 6, April 3, May 1 (NOTE: Not Meeting in January)
6:45 am: Breakfast Buffet Opens
7:00-8:00 am: Program
The FIRST Thursday of each month is the place to be for ALL St. Peter’s men! Best breakfast in town, teachings on the Bible, guest speakers, small group “table” conversations and fellowship will kick-start your day with fellow parishioners. Bring a friend!
A few good men are needed to join the Men’s Breakfast cooking crews. Two crews have fed the flock for three years; new blood is most welcome! Contact Kel Farris, email@example.com
March 6: Fr. Michael Petty
"Jesus Wants You to Give Up Sin for Lent: How God Enables Us to Overcome Our Worst Inclinations"
Come for great food and fellowship at 6:45 am in the St. Peter’s Parish Hall, be inspired and, as always, you’ll be out by 8:00 am!
February 6: Deacon Damon Gibbs, Chaplain and Bereavement Counselor, Big Bend Hospice
"Extraordinarily Ordinary": How would you define an extraordinary life of Christian faith and witness? What did extraordinary men like Hudson Taylor, William Borden and James Gilmour have in common? The answer just might surprise you!
October 3: Chris Hart IV, President/CEO, Workforce Florida Inc.
Chris Hart IV is President/CEO of Workforce Florida Inc., the nonprofit, public-private workforce investment board led by business and charged with developing strategies and policies for Florida's workforce system. In this role, Hart is at the center of efforts to ensure the state has the talent needed to strengthen the global competitiveness of Florida businesses while also assisting Floridians with enhancing their skills to enter, remain and advance in the workforce. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and National Chamber Foundation have ranked Florida No. 1 in the nation for its talent pipeline, recognizing the efficiency of the state education system as well as the workforce system’s job-placement performance.
Hart has served as the Interim Director of the Governor's Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development (OTTED) where he served as the Governor's lead economic development advisor. In June 2010, Hart was appointed by the Governor as Chairman of the Governor's Gulf Oil Spill Economic Recover Task Force and is currently serving as the Chairman of the Employer-Sponsored Benefits Study Task Force.
Prior to becoming Workforce Florida's leader, Hart was the Senior Vice President of External Affiars and Investor Relations for Enterprise Florida Inc., the public-private partnership responsible for leading Florida's statewide economic development efforts. Previously, he was a co-founder of Classified Technologies Group a classified advertsing sales and software company and also served inteh Florida House of Representatives for two terms where he was the Chairman of the Information Technology Committee. Hart currently serves on the boards of the Florida Chamber Foundation, the Institute for Human & Machine Cognition, the Florida Research Consortium and Tallahassee Area YoungLife. He earned his Master of Business Administration from the University of South Florida and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University where he majored in Political Science.
Chris and his wife Amy have two children and live in Tallahassee, Florida where they attend St. Peter’s Anglican Church
September 5: Matt Wilkins, Assistant to the Rector for Youth and Family Ministries
TOPIC: “Not Just for Sunday: The Prayer Book as a Tool for Private Devotion”
Matt is a brand new graduate of Duke Divinity School, and will follow the path toward eventual ordination as a priest in the Anglican Church. He is a born and bred Virginian, as he grew up in Charlottesville and attended nearby Radford University. While at Radford, Matt was extremely involved as a leader for Young Life. After graduation from Radford, he continued to work with young people as a Youth Ministry Intern at his home parish in Charlottesville. Both of Matt’s summer field education placements while pursuing his M.Div degree at Duke also had a Youth Ministry orientation. Matt loves all sports, especially soccer and lacrosse, and plays the guitar. He comes well prepared to lead our Youth Ministry at St. Peters! Matt’s wife, Liz is also a native Virginian who holds a degree in horticulture from Virginia Tech. We look forward to welcoming and coming to know Matt and Liz as they begin their ministry in Tallahassee! Matt is currently in process for Holy Orders in the Gulf Atlantic Diocese. Upon his ordination to deacon he will become the Associate Rector for Youth and Families.
April 4: Scott Hunter, Lead Pastor, Genesis Church, Tallahassee:
Scott Hunter is the driving force in forming and developing the Genesis Church since it began a decade ago. Scott’s innovative mind, tireless work ethic, caring personality, and extensive ministry experience is critical to the success of the Genesis Church. He will share the orthodox congregational beliefs as they reach out to the unchurched. In addition he will discuss with us his walk with Christ and the development of the church.
Very much a part Genesis is Scott’s lovely wife Tabitha. They have two wonderful daughters, Adison and Ella.
March 7: Budd Kneip (Bio):
Our speaker will be Robert C. “Budd” Kneip, Ph.D, Chief of Staff, Dept. Of Financial Services. Budd will share how his faith has played a key role in the incredible events he has accomplished as a business executive, a senior state government officer and the successful starting of a new church in south Florida. Budd and his wife Cindy are members of St. Peters.
November 1, Topic: "Where will you go? Making faith a choice every day". Speaker: Steve Young, General Manager, WAY-FM
October 4, Topic: "Living the Daniel Life in an Old Testament World". Speaker: Bob McClure, President and CEO, The James Madison Institute (Bio)
September 6, Topic: "What Is Marriage? What is Sex For?: A Theological Exploration". Speaker: Fr. Michael Petty (Bio)
May 10, Topic: "Who Is My Neighbor?". Speaker: The Reverend Toby Rowell (Bio)
March 8, Scott Beigle, Faith Radio (Bio)
Who’s up for the challenge? That’s the question from this month’s speaker. Scott Beigle had a dream from his earliest days in college of one day beginning his own radio ministry. It would not come to pass until he was 41 years of age. Scott's and wife, Brenda's mission is, “Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you." Philippians 4:8-9. So how much faith does it take? Scott asks.
February 9, Fr. Michael Petty. Topic: The Anglican Church in North America
Fr. Petty will be talking about the Anglican Church of North America – the formation, the current issues and the future of the organization. Following his remarks there will be an open discussion session during which time Fr. Michael will add insight into the key issues being managed by Archbishop Duncan.
December 1, Tony Parker, Minister and Former Prisoner (Bio)
Topic: He's Working It Out for Your Good - Romans 8:28. Once Florida State Trooper of the Year 1989, Tony will focus on life as a Police Officer, Prisoner and now Preacher. He will cover the importance of choices good and bad and the resulting costs.
November 3, Fr. Michael Petty, Recap of Religion and Science Sermon Mini-Series
October 6 -- Steve Rogers, Cancer Survivor
September 1 -- Chief Justice Charles T. Canady (Bio)
May 5 -- The Rev. Toby Rowell
The quest speaker was Father Andrew Rowell’s father, Reverend Toby Rowell!
April 7 -- Bob Williamson (Bio)
From Homeless Drug Addict to Multimillionaire – His Personal Turnaround
March 3 -- Fr. Eric Dudley (Bio)
Father Eric Dudley spoke on "Not All Temptations Are Bad!" This thought-provoking subject is about discerning how temptation can actually temper your spiritual strength, prepare you for a task He has in mind for you, and make you more successful in answering His divine call!
February 3 -- Larry Strom, President, University & Champion Chevrolet (Bio)
Committed Leader and industrialist Larry Strom likes to say, "Do the right thing at the right time." That's why Larry has had a vision of progress for the ever growing automobile industry. What began almost 50 years ago after graduating from Florida State University has become his passion, cars and FSU sports! In 1945 he became a member of the Kingdom of God and has had the joy of having Christ guide him ever since. Today he will share his message with us, “Christ in you, the Hope of Glory”
January 6, 2011 -- Fr. Michael Petty, Associate Rector for Adult Education (Bio)
In the Anglican tradition January 6 is celebrated as Epiphany. Epiphany is the climax of the Advent/Christmas Season and the Twelve Days of Christmas. The term epiphany means "to show" or "to make known" or even "to reveal." In the Anglican Church we remember the coming of the wise men bringing gifts to visit the Christ child, who by so doing "reveal" Jesus to the world as Lord and King. It is this very important calibration that Father Michael talked to us about, “Sharing in the Eternal Purpose of God: Evangelism Bootcamp” (Listen)
December 2, 2010 -- Justice Ricky Polston, Florida Supreme Court (Bio)
November 4, 2010 -- Paul Malley, President, Aging with Dignity (Bio)
Message: Five Wishes. “The living will with a heart and soul.”
September 2, 2010 -- Jeff Kottkamp, Lieutenant Governor of the State of Florida (Bio)
Message: “The Power of Prayer”