Mark Whitacre to Share His Journey • March 29, 2022
It is a wonderful thing when a community comes together to encourage morality and godly ethics in our government, business and professional leaders, and our citizens.
In 2018, Sun City’s Jerry Geiger (pictured) introduced the Mayors’ Prayer Breakfast, now called the Williamson County Leadership Breakfast. He explains, “The Christian Business Men’s Connection began holding Prayer Breakfasts in Oklahoma and has been expanding these events nationwide for 38 years. The Georgetown event is an outreach to our community and the leadership of Williamson County to share the gospel of Jesus Christ.”
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Jerry encourages elected officials, agency leaders, and everyone in the community to attend the 2022 event, hosted by Round Rock Mayor, Craig Morgan. Various professions will be recognized; law enforcement, education, faith, and business. Speakers will examine ways in which their leadership contributes to and enriches the spiritual well-being of the people in their stewardship. He adds, “We want leaders to consider whether they are living up to the idea of servant leadership. Others are invited to live up to the direction their leaders provide and be models for service.”
Drawing from his unique history, Mark Whitacre will share how his life changed because he was introduced to Jesus Christ, and his growth as a Christian while he was in prison for nine years.
Mark is the highest-level executive to turn whistleblower in U.S. history. His undercover work with the FBI was the inspiration for the major motion picture, “The Informant,” starring Matt Damon.
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Jerry’s also shared his goal for Mark’s visit: “I want people to come away knowing that everyone’s life matters to God, and that He has a Plan for everyone’s life.”Jeremiah 29:11
BE PART OF IT
You can hear Mark’s courageous tale of faith and perseverance Tuesday, March 29 at the Main Street Baptist Center (1001 S Main St.).
Chris Logue, chairman of the event says, “This third annual Williamson County event is one of the most meaningful community events held in Central Texas. We are eager to recruit sponsors to keep the event affordable for attendees.”
Chris invites individuals and businesses to take advantage of available table ($300) and corporate sponsorships ($700).