Join us for a morning that will focus on RESTORATION at the Judson University Community Prayer Breakfast on May 10, where businessman Jeff Miller will give the keynote address.
Jeff will share about his remarkable life-changing experience onboard United Airlines’ flight 232, a DC-10 with 296 people, that was forced to make an emergency landing when its rear engine exploded. Jeff is the owner of Divine Signs and Graphics, a full-service sign and digital graphics shop in Schaumburg, Ill. Prior to Jeff making his move into entrepreneurship, he had 19 years of national and global sales and sales management experience in the wireless data and computer industries.
This community networking event will be held on Monday, May 10 from 7:30-9:00 a.m. at various locations on Judson University’s Elgin campus to provide adequate spaces for guests. The event is held in partnership with the Love Family Christian Foundation, which is based in Elgin.
The contributions of one service leader from the community will be recognized with the D. Ray Wilson Volunteer Service Award, while the Bea Wilson Volunteer Award will recognize a youth in the Fox Valley for their community service efforts. Nominate a community volunteer for the D. Ray Wilson Award or the Youth Award by Friday, April 9. Tickets are available here. Information about table sponsorship is available here.