Ft. Lauderdale, FL – I Change Nations International will be holding its 1st International Prayer Breakfast as well as honoring the Founder and Visionary Ambassador Dr. Clyde Rivers. The event will bring together Political Leaders and Religious Leaders from around the world and will also be attended by Business Leaders, Sports Figures, Celebrities and more.  Focused on bringing peace and unity throughout the world, they will be praying for People, Cities, Countries and Nations, and their Leaders.

I Change NationsI Change Nations’ mission is to bring back the lost art of honor by building a culture that recognizes individuals throughout the World who have accomplished extraordinary humanitarian efforts to effectively change nations.

The special guest speaker at this year’s event will be Juan Pierre, World Series Champion and MVP for the Florida Marlins.  Speaking at the breakfast will be Dr. Reuben Egolf, Washington D.C. Capital Director of The United States National Prayer Council. Singing at the event will be singer and composer Nico Chang, and international recording artist Steph Carse. The keynote speaker will be Ambassador Dr. Clyde Rivers, Founder of I Change Nations.

I Change Nations is known globally for their world-renown Golden Rule Awards honoring those who make a difference in their communities.  Candidates impact their communities with trust and dignity, having improved the quality of life for those they have touched through their humanitarian leadership through the organizations and businesses in which they serve. Others have contributed towards the advancement of mankind through their ideology, inventions and leadership, adding significantly to existing world knowledge.

The Prayer Breakfast is being hosted by Environmental Research Inc. and takes place on Saturday, June 11, 2016 from 7:30am to 11:00am at Tropical Acres located at 2500 Griffin Road, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312. Donations are $45.00 per person at the door.  For more information, contact I Change Nations at (616) 805-0252 or email info@ichangenations.org.


Terry Warren