March 7, 2019
- Free conference with New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer with live music by Matt Redman
- March 15 and 16, 2019 at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum
- Collecting non-perishable food items for local distribution to families in need
(Winston-Salem, NC): Thousands are expected to gather to hear New York Times bestselling author and Bible teacher Joyce Meyer at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum (LJVM) on March 15-16, 2019, located at 2825 University Parkway, Winston-Salem NC 27105. Joyce will share a unique message at each session. This two-day conference is free of charge, with special music provided by Matt Redman.
Sessions begin at:
- 7 PM on Friday, March 15 (doors open at 5 PM)
- 9:30 AM & 1:30 PM on Saturday, March 16 (doors open at 8 AM)
Seating is open, on a first come first serve basis, and no preregistration or ticketing is required. Early entrance will be available for the physically disabled, 15 minutes before doors open. Interpretation for the hearing impaired as well as Spanish translation will be provided. This section will be reserved until 30 minutes before the start of each session.
Multiply Hope, an outreach of Joyce Meyer Ministries that benefits the local area by mobilizing conference attendees to help the community, will be supporting Live Out Loud with donations of their top needs: general first aid supplies, diapers, wipes, personal hygiene items, socks and t-shirts for children and teens.. These items will be collected at the conference and distributed locally to those in need.
If you are a member of the press and would like to cover or attend this event, contact Lori Potter at LPotter@joycemeyer.org.
For questions regarding conference details, contact Joyce Meyer Ministries at (866) 733-5692 or visit joycemeyer.org/conference.
About Joyce Meyer Ministries
Joyce Meyer Ministries (JMM) is an international nonprofit organization headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri focused on reaching people for Christ worldwide through television, radio and the Internet throughout two thirds of the world. The ministry's outreach arm, Hand of Hope, provides global humanitarian relief. To date, more than 2.3 million people have been cared for through medical and dental outreaches. In 2018, JMM provided more than 24.7 million meals through feeding centers in 29 countries, and free medical care to over 229,000 people in multiple remote areas, among a host of other life-changing initiatives. Locally, JMM operates the St. Louis Dream Center; an inner-city church and outreach center committed to improving the quality of life for thousands of disenfranchised children and families in North St. Louis neighborhoods. For more information, please visit our website.