Clinton Family YMCA 45th Annual Youth/Community Prayer Breakfast: Building Stronger Community Through Prayer

February 28, 2024

The Clinton Family YMCA is gearing up for its 45th Annual Youth/Community Prayer Breakfast, a cherished event in Clinton that aims to foster community strength through prayer.

This special series, scheduled from March 5th to 7th, 2024, at 7:00 am, will take place at Broad Street United Methodist Church, 310 North Broad Street. Open to all, the event promises inspirational speakers, a hearty breakfast, and prayer.


Speaker Bios:

Tony Temple: Tony Temple, currently the primary teaching pastor at Friendship Worship Center, brings over two decades of experience in teaching, coaching, and inspiring individuals. Born and raised in Abbeville, Temple excelled in football and baseball at Abbeville High School. A graduate of Lander University, he has coached football at various high schools, including Abbeville and Greenwood. Tony has been a dynamic speaker for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, impacting lives both locally and statewide. He has been married for 25 years to Shannon Botts Temple, and together they have three children.

Barry Brown: Barry Brown, an Amazon Best Selling Author of “The Student-Athlete Playbook,” is a multi-talented individual with a diverse background. A graduate of Presbyterian College, Brown is an executive in Youth Education and Sports Inc., where he is deeply involved in “The Student-Athlete Achievement Program.” As an inspirational and motivational speaker, Brown draws on his experiences as a high school and collegiate student-athlete, business consultant, and public information specialist. Currently, he serves as a senior public information officer with the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management. Recognized for his work with youth, Brown received the “2017 Torchbearer Award” from Georgia State Representative Sharon Beasley-Teague.

Jeff Scott: Jeff Scott, the fifth head coach in USF football history, brings a wealth of experience and success to the event. Taking over the Bulls program in 2019, Scott became the youngest head coach in America at the age of 39. Previously serving as co-offensive coordinator at Clemson, he played a key role in the Tigers’ rise to dominance in college football, securing national titles in 2016 and 2018. Scott’s career includes achievements as a head coach at Blythewood High School, and his contributions to recruiting have been instrumental in Clemson’s success. A cum laude graduate from Clemson, he holds a degree in mathematics and a master’s degree in education instruction technology from American Intercontinental University.