Joel Dykstra was Greg Belfrage's guest to discuss the 38th Annual Sioux Falls Prayer Breakfast.
On May 11, 2002, a drunk driver killed Renee Napiers daughter, Meagan, and Meagans friend, Lisa. The driver, Eric Smallridge, was sentenced to 22 years in prison. In the midst of grieving the loss of her daughter, Renee went to prison and forgave Eric, and in turn, Eric decided to make something positive out of his tragic mistake.
Renee and Eric will tell their compelling story of forgiveness and redemption at the 38th Sioux Falls Prayer Breakfast on Good Friday morning April 18th.
Location: Ramkota Exhibit Hall
Hours: 7:00 8:30 with doors opening at 6:30 and breakfast starting at 7:00.
The best place to buy tickets: https://siouxfallsprayerbreakfast.com/
The Sioux Falls Prayer Breakfast has been presented each Good Friday for the past 37 years and has been sponsored by the Sioux Falls chapter of the Christian Businessmens Connection (CBMC). Each year the Sioux Falls Prayer Breakfast draws between 1200 and 1400 attendees, making it one of the largest Prayer Breakfasts in the US.