Central Baldwin Prayer Breakfast May 6 at Robertsdale Coliseum
Speaker Kerry Stevenson coached seven NFL players at Vigor
Kerry Stevenson (pictured) will be the guest speaker at the 17th Annual Central Baldwin Prayer Breakfast on May 6 at the Baldwin County Coliseum in Robertsdale. Tickets are $25 per person or $185 for a table seating eight. Breakfast starts at 6:30 a.m. and the program at 7 a.m. Stop by the Central Baldwin Chamber of Commerce office to purchase tickets or call 251-947-2626 or email firstname.lastname@example.org The breakfast is in celebration of the National Day of Prayer. Community churches and businesses come together to pray over the nation, schools, military, communities and churches. The breakfast attracts 350 people including elected officials, church leaders and the community at large.
Stevenson spent six years as director of player development at Alabama under Nick Saban, after a decorated career as a high school football head coach and teacher.
As head coach for Vigor High School in Prichard, Stevenson led his team to a perfect 15-0 season and the 2008 state championship and was the state runner-up in 2011. Seven of his players would go on to have stints in the NFL.
His combined passion for education and athletics has motivated thousands of students to attend college and helped hundreds of student-athletes to gain athletic scholarships. Stevenson was able to overcome his own struggles in the classroom to have major academic success throughout his life.
He received the Presidential Scholarship as he graduated from Huffman High School in Birmingham and graduated Magna Cum Laude as an undergraduate and a master’s degree in math education. Stevenson is also a published poet and author, publishing his first book, “Inspirations In Life: Inspired by Faith, Family, Friends and Football.”
He joined he Tennessee football program in March of 2019 as director of player development.