Past Prayer Breakfast Speakers

2016 – Chuck Lofton (Local TV personality and meteorologist for Eyewitness News Sunrise, WTHR13-TV)

2015 – Josh Bleill (Indianapolis Colts Community Spokesperson and Marine Corporal who lost both of his legs in the Iraq war)

2014 – Katie Stam-Irk (2009 Miss America, businesswoman, vocalist and author)

2013 – Mark Whitacre (Highest ranked executive in US history to become a whistleblower for the FBI; Mark’s story inspired the motion picture, "The Informant,” starring Matt Damon)

2012 – Hunter Smith (Indianapolis Colts punter from 1999 – 2008; member of the 2006 Colts Super Bowl championship team; musician and author)

2011 – Jerry Molnar (On Sept. 11, 2001, Jerry lost his office and his co-workers in the World Trade Center)

2010 – Kyle Rote, Jr. (Former professional US soccer player; three-time winner of "ABC Wide World of Sports SuperStars;” on-air personality for ESPN, CBS and USA Network)

2009 - Serge LeClerc (Went from ex-prisoner to Member of the Canadian Legislative Assembly; author of the autobiography, "UNTWISTED: From lawbreaker to lawmaker”)

2008 - Eric Alexander (Expert skier, climber and mountaineer)

2007 - Josh Davis (5-Time Olympic Medalist and Motivational Speaker)

2006 - Chip Ingram (President and CEO of Walk Thru the Bible)

2005 - Rev. Herb Lusk (Former NFL player with the Philadelphia Eagles and Senior Pastor of Greater Exodus Baptist Church in Philadelphia)

2004 - Tony Dungy (Head coach of the Indianapolis Colts)

2003 - Norm & Bobbe Evans (President of Pro Athletes and former NFL Offensive Tackle)

2002 - Millard Fuller (Founder and President of Habitat for Humanity International)

2001 - Devon McDonald (Former Outside Linebacker with the Indianapolis Colts)

2000 - Crawford Loritts (Author, speaker and pastor)

1999 - Keith Smart (NBA player and coach; hit the game-winning shot for the Indiana Hoosiers in the

1987 NCAA championship game)

1998 - Carl Lindner III (Successful businessman and CEO of the Cincinnati Reds)

1997 - Adolph Coors IV (Great-grandson of the founder of the Coors brewery)

1996 - Cal Thomas (Syndicated columnist, pundit, author and radio commentator)

1995 - Roosevelt Grier (Professional football player, actor and singer)

1994 - Don & Barbara Hodel (Former US Secretary of Energy and Secretary of the Interior)

1993 - Clark Kellogg (Television basketball analyst and former Indiana Pacers basketball player)