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Jake Vanada – CANCELLED
November 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm$10.00
DUE TO THE INCREASE IN COVID CASES IN DOUGLAS COUNTY WE ARE CANCELLING THIS FAITH @ WORK LUNCH.
When God prompted Jake and Christy Vanada to start a Bible study before school in their home 7 years ago, they never imagined what it would turn into. Seeing God change the lives of hundreds of high school students each year has been quite a ride. The story of STMA Breakfast Club is one of a simple “yes”, a small step of obedience, and God has taken it from there. Hear how it all started and what Jake and Christy have learned as they walk by faith into the next chapter of Breakfast Club.
Jake and Christy live in Albertville, Minnesota. Married in 1996, they have 2 kids Jackson (22) and Abby (20). Graduating from University of Northwestern in 1996 with a degree in Bible and Youth Ministry, Jake has worked as a youth pastor at several churches. He was on staff with FCA for over 9 years. Jake’s current role is the National AMA Chaplain for Supercross and Motocross. Jake and Christy serve side by side in the ministry to the professional dirt bike athletes, their wives and families as well as the industry. Breakfast Club continues to be a huge passion for them as they serve and love the teenagers in St. Michael/Albertville.
Our goal is to keep everyone safe, while providing an uplifting message. Therefore, limited seating available – please RSVP in advance either at https://nov20fw.eventbrite.com or email: [email protected]. For your safety, we will practice the following social distancing guidelines:
- You can purchase tickets in advance at https://nov20fw.eventbrite.com
- Guests will be greeted as they come in and asked a series of questions about COVID symptoms
- Tables will be positioned 6 feet or more apart
- We will seat 8 people per table
- Broadway Ballroom staff will be wearing masks
- Lunch will be plated and served – no buffet
- Attendees are encouraged to wear masks when not eating or drinking
- Any high-risk individuals are encouraged to stay home, we will make a recording available online