The purpose of the Promise Banquet is to raise funds for tuition assistance and other programs while informing the community about the outstanding Christian education at True Light Christian School.  For several years we have enjoyed a delicious meal, provided a glimpse of what the school has to offer, and concluded the evening with a guest speaker.  Reservations are required through the school office.

Promise Banquet 2017

Chad Williams

The bestselling author of SEAL of God, served his country proudly through multiple deployments as a U.S. Navy SEAL on SEAL Teams One and Seven. An in-demand keynote speaker, Chad draws from his experiences as a SEAL to captivate his listeners as he illustrates and instructs the SEAL mindset and ethos that involves mental toughness, discipline, teamwork, leadership, safely, and motivation.

Past Promise Banquet Speakers

2016 – The Skit Guys shared God’s Word through comedy and drama.

2015 – Todd Gongwer shared his passion for everyone to, Lead…for God’s Sake!

2014– Josh McDowell challenged us with statistics and the effects of media on this generation.

2013 – Alex Kendrick inspired many by his testimony in producing movies and challenged all at a personal level to pursue a true  heart relationship with our Lord.

2012 – Don Piper gave us a glimpse of heaven revealed to him after he died in an auto accident in Texas.  During his brief time in heaven he saw people just outside the gates that helped him in his Christian walk.  Piper challenged the audience, “Who will you greet?”

2011 – Ken Davis reminded us to Lighten Up and that each human interaction as well as our time on Earth is precious and should be enjoyed with the humor each day brings.

2010 – Kirk Cameron brought the Promise Banquet to a whole new level of excitement and attendance.  Over 600 people came to see the actor best known for playing Mike Seaver on Growing Pains.  He spoke of how to Fireproof your marriage.

2009 – Dave Dravecky followed the next year with his amazing story of making it to the Major Leagues, battling cancer, fighting his way back to the Major Leagues, only to break his arm during a pitch.  Dravecky’s career ended when they amputated his arm.

2008 – Michael Reagan headlined the first annual Promise Banquet in March of 2008.  Reagan entertained the crowd with humorous stories and tragic events from his life, a life with the same title as his book, Growing Up Reagan.