Men’s Lenten Breakfast

Wednesday, March 2, 2022

The 69th Annual Men's Lenten Breakfast is the beginning of the Lenten season for over 300 men each year. The breakfast begins at 7:00am and the message will be from 7:30-8:30am on Wednesday, March 2, at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Bloomington. Online ticket sales are now available. Please note the new time!

Music, food, fellowship and a heartfelt message will usher in the season as men meet, relax and enjoy a very special Wednesday morning.

Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased at the Broadview Mansion, 1301 S. Fell Ave, Normal, online at www.ibfoundation.org or by contacting Annette Klinzing at 309-452-6710. There are 10 seats per table.

One of the oldest and best known traditions at Immanuel Bible Foundation is the Men's Lenten Breakfast. Dr. Harold Martin, long-time Senior Pastor at Second Presbyterian Church and one of the founders of Immanuel Bible Foundation started this event in 1953. It has been held annually ever since.

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Featured speaker

Randall “Randy” Mark Hultgren is the President and CEO of the Illinois Bankers Association.

Randy Hultgren had the privilege of serving in elected office for 24 years.  He most recently served in the United States House of Representatives from 2011-2019, representing the 14th Congressional District of Illinois.  In Congress, he served on the Financial Institutions Committee, the Science, Space and Technology Committee, and was the Co-Chair of the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission and the Co-Chair of the National Prayer Breakfast.  Before getting elected to Congress, Hultgren served as a member of the Illinois Senate from 2007-2011, and as a member of the Illinois House of Representatives from 1999-2007.  His first elected office was as a member of the DuPage County Board and as a commissioner for the DuPage County Forest Preserve from 1994-1998.

Along with his public service, Hultgren has worked in finance and law.  He was a Vice President of Performance Trust Investment Advisors when he was elected to Congress.  Hultgren had previously helped families with investment planning and estate planning.  He also assisted in his family business, the Hultgren Funeral Home, in Wheaton, Illinois.  Hultgren directed a leadership project in Washington, DC, convening Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle with leading authors and intellectuals to seek to build relationships and diminish the current level of contempt in our public debate.  He also served as Senior Vice President for Commercial Lending for Wintrust Financial, in Rosemont, Illinois.

Hultgren graduated from Wheaton Academy in 1984. He went on to graduate with a B.A. from Bethel University in 1988, with a double major in Political Science and Speech Communications.  He also received his Juris Doctorate from Chicago-Kent College of Law at Illinois Institute of Technology in 1993.

Hultgren has been married to his wife, Christy, for 29 years, and they have four children: Karsten, Kylie, Kaden and Kole, and a daughter-in-law, Mackenzie, and a son-in-law, Christopher Jones, and a 5 month old grandson, Tre Jones. The Hultgren family lives in Springfield, Illinois.

 

In addition to our events, we depend on donations from generous people to continue our mission of enriching our community through the arts, faith and preservation of the historic Broadview Mansion estate.

We thank you for your generosity and support. Any amount is appreciated.