October 11, 2013: Atlanta's Premier Technology Event
The High Tech Prayer Breakfast is the most anticipated annual event for High Tech Ministries, as well as the largest invitation-only networking event in the Atlanta technology community. The Prayer Breakfast is unique in that it brings more than 1,600 professionals in the Atlanta technology community together to hear how Jesus Christ has impacted lives in a personal and relevant way.
Who Attends the Prayer Breakfast?
Each individual that attends the Prayer Breakfast is personally invited by a member of the High Tech Ministries Host Team. The Host Team prayerfully selects peers they believe would benefit from the powerful stories and life-changing messages that are conveyed at the Prayer Breakfast. These personal invitations are what help to create the relationships that continue to make the Prayer Breakfast the most important event in Atlanta's technology community.
To see a current list of Host Team members, click here.
2012 High Tech Prayer Breakfast Videos
Atlanta-native Ronnie Andrews serves as the president of the Medical Sciences division of Life Technologies Corporation, a leading supplier of genomic and proteomic tools for the life sciences market.
Inspired by his grandmother's disease, Mr. Andrews set out to find a cure for breast cancer. He has been on the cutting edge of DNA research and its impact on improving health care for the last 12 years. His presentation was electrifying and energetic with stories of success, science and faith that will change lives.
Prior to joining Life Technologies in February 2012, Mr. Andrews was the CEO of Clarient, Inc., a molecular diagnostic company mapping proteins and cells to enable doctors to identify the most appropriate therapy for a specific type of breast cancer. Mr. Andrews grew Clarient from a failed medical instrument company to over $120 million in revenue and sold it to GE Healthcare in December 2010 for $587 million.
Mr. Andrews currently lives in Southern California with his wife, Toni, and their three children.
Director of Hands of Love USA, Nora Charlesworth, speaks at the 21st Annual High Tech Prayer Breakfast.