We are excited to have three excellent speakers this year at our National Day of Prayer event in Green Bay.

Damian LaCroix currently serves as Superintendent of Schools for the Howard-Suamico School District.  An innovative educational administrator, an invested community member, and award-winning classroom teacher/coach, LaCroix possesses 27+ years of successful leadership experiences.






Sarah Christensen

is the founder of Frontline Harvest Ministry whose mission is to evangelize, equip,disciple and serve hurting people of the Green Bay area through women’s Bible studies, street ministry, discipleship programs and community events.  One of the outreach programs is the The Hands and Feet Dance Team which will be performing at the Breakfast.





Nan Bush will be speaking at the Ladies’ Luncheon.  Over the past fourteen years, Nan and her family have suffered several major tragedies, including the unexpected death of her 24-year old daughter, Allison, in 2011, and the unexpected death of her 22-year old son, Austin, in 2017.  The important role prayer has played in Nan’s life following these tragedies is the subject of her talk at the May 3, 2018 National Day of Prayer Luncheon.