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Blessed Ministries Plans Healing Conference
By Cora Jackson-Fossett (Religion Editor)
Published August 30, 2013

Apostle Charlezetta Nixon

Rev. Jon Michael

Spiritual and physical restoration is the focus of the one-day symposium hosted by Blessed Ministries Interdenominational Ministry.

The Healing Conference takes place on Saturday, September 14, at 9 a.m., at the Long Beach Christian Center, 350 East Market Street in Long Beach, where the Rev. James Price is the pastor.

The theme is Psalm 107:20 – ‘And he sent out His word and it healed them; He rescued them from the grave.’ (NIV)

Facilitating the conference are Apostle Charlezetta Nixon, founder of Blessed Ministries, and the Rev. Jon Michael, founder of His Word International Ministry in Castle Rock, CO.

“Our topics include ‘God Still Heals Today,’ ‘Healing Techniques,’ and ‘Increasing Your Faith.’ Following the workshops, we will hold a Worship and Healing Service and invite you to bring the sick and suffering for healing,” said Apostle Nixon.

The $30 registration includes lunch and materials.  Register online at blessedministriesusa.com or by mailing the fee to Blessed Ministries, 14752 Crenshaw Boulevard, # 173, Gardena, CA 90249.

 

 

 

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