Amy Roloff to be guest speaker at YMCA’s Prayer Breakfast

Mar 05, 2014
Amy Roloff

The YMCA of Snohomish County will hold its 54th annual Community Prayer Breakfast on Good Friday, April 18.

The Prayer Breakfast is a community event designed to bring the community together in a non-denominational setting to give thanks and seek guidance for the year.

This year’s guest speaker is Amy Roloff, best known as a wife and mom to four kids as one of the talents on the hit TLC Reality Show, “Little People, Big World,” with her family for the past 10 years.

She’s also a business woman, farm owner, teacher, author, and founder of the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation that impacts and changes the lives of kids facing life challenges.

She said her greatest role and blessing in life continues to be a mom to four wonderful kids, twin boys Jeremy and Zachary, Molly and Jacob.

She continues to be a sought-after key speaker and shares the power of faith. The theme of Roloff’s speech will be, “What Is Your Armor?"

“As we encounter life challenges, we need tools that sustain us through the different seasons of life and our community,” said Colleen Temple, spokesperson for the YMCA of Snohomish County, of Roloff’s speech.

Roloff grew up in Michigan and moved to California when she married her husband Matt 26 years ago. They currently reside on a 108-acre pumpkin farm just outside of Portland, Ore.

“She’s active in her family life and community, and she volunteers and entertains with home-grown hospitality,” Temple said.

“Her passion to inspire others, her adventure for life, and ability to bring people together is evident in all she does.”

For tickets or event information visit or call 425-374-5769. Reservation deadline is April 4, or upon sellout.

The YMCA of Snohomish County has been serving and strengthening our communities since 1901. The Y offers programs, services, and initiatives to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve the nation’s health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors.

For more information, visit the Y online at

-Edited by Beacon staff

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