Prayer Breakfast

2024 Prayer Breakfast

The 2024 Prayer Breakfast was held on Friday morning, April 12th from 7:00 am to 9:00 am. Our speaker was Kyle Witkowski.

Kyle joined the Marine Corps in 2005 out of high school and attended boot camp at Parris Island, SC. Stationed at Miramar he served as a helicopter mechanic and gunner and between 2007-2009 did two combat deployments to the Al Anbar Province of Iraq expediting casualty evacuation. In 2009, Kyle reenlisted, applied and was selected for the Marine Corps Special Operations Command, or MARSOC. After completing more than a year of training he earned the coveted MOS code of 0372 – Critical Skills Operator. He was reassigned to 1st Marine Raider Battalion and stationed at Camp Pendleton where he served in multiple billets to include sniper, assault breacher, parachutist, jump master, and other positions specific to special operations.

2024 Law Enforcement Prayer Breakfast

Between 2011-2013 he conducted two additional combat deployments to Afghanistan where his team’s primary missions were Foreign Internal Defense and Counterterrorism. In 2015 Kyle conducted his final deployment to the south pacific where he served in the senior enlisted billet as the Team Chief of a 15-man Special Operations Team. After his ten-year mark of service, he honorably exited the military and went on to utilize his skillsets and experience by becoming involved in anti-human trafficking operations in the non-profit sector throughout Riverside and LA Counties. He also attended college at Liberty University and received his bachelor’s degree in Aeronautics as a professional pilot, with a minor in exegetical preaching. Since 2018 Kyle has been serving with Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs as a Team Leader – a national and international non-profit that was founded to serve active-duty military, veterans, law enforcement, and first responders according to peer-to-peer support, spiritual resiliency, combatting suicide, strengthening and restoring marriages and families, and helping others navigate the challenges during and beyond their years of service.

For the last five years Kyle has spent thousands of volunteer hours conducting non-clinical, Biblically based mentorship and peer-to-peer support to military and law enforcement personnel to help them navigate life’s struggles and curve balls. This has included service in Poland and Ukraine amidst the brutal war with Russia, combatting human trafficking of young refugee women and children, distributing humanitarian aid, providing basic life-saving medical instruction, and serving the soldiers and chaplains near the front lines. Kyle is a licensed Life Mastery coach and is passionate about helping others discover truth, find healing, and know what their God given purpose is on this earth. By the end of 2024 Kyle hopes to have his first book published which is directed toward Christian singles as they navigate the pitfalls of singleness, dating, and the pursuit of marriage.

Keynote Message

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