Questions about New Age Religion will get answered at the 10th Healing and Deliverance Conference sponsored by Blessed Ministries Interdenominational Ministry.
The symposium begins Thursday, April 24, and concludes on Sunday, April 27, at the Four Points Sheraton LAX, 9750 Airport Boulevard in Los Angeles.
With emphasis on the theme, ‘Piercing the Darkness…Exposing the Occult and New Age Religion,’ the event aims to help men, women, youth and young adults combat Satan with the truth of Scripture, according to Apostle Charlezetta Nixon, founder of Blessed Ministries.
“Our conference will feature anointed ministers and certified instructors facilitating workshops focused on revealing the dangers of the occult, witchcraft and New Age Religion,” she said.
The instructors are Apostle Nixon, Apostle Ivory Hopkins, founder of Pilgrim’s Ministry of Deliverance in Georgetown, DE; Bishop Jackie Green, founder of JGM Enternational PrayerLife Institute and New Generation Christian Fellowship Church in Phoenix, AZ; Prophetess Lyz Green of Second Baptist Church in Redlands, CA; Evangelist Charlene Allen of Wisdom Ministry in Olympia, WA, and member of Blessed Ministries; Evangelist Darla Dukes-Johnson, Sister Dana Salters of Blessed Ministries and Pastor Ron and Lady Shontell Thomas, founders of Road to Damascus Church in Carson and members of Blessed Ministries.
Stressing the importance of the event, Bishop Green said, “We, as Christians, must not be ignorant of the Devil’s devices in our day and time as revealed in II Corinthians 2:11. As I John 4:1-4 tells us, we must be able to try the spirits to see their source and origin.
“We must learn how to use our spiritual weapons to war against demonic spirits as cited in Ephesians 6:10-18 and 2 Corinthians 10:4. Many Christians are in bondage and the church has been infiltrated. Therefore, we must pierce the darkness and release the Light of God’s Word in the earth,” she declared.
“On Saturday, April 26, our Faithbuilders Prayer Breakfast and Conference will highlight issues facing youth and young adults such as bullying, drug abuse, and gangs. The sessions will cover topics to empower ages three to 30,” added Apostle Nixon.
The Rev. Charles Dorsey, youth and young adult pastor at Christ Our Redeemer A.M.E. Church in Irvine, will be the keynote speaker at the breakfast.
Rev. Dorsey noted, “This topic is both timely and necessary. When our children are being sold into positions of abuse, lust, and debauchery, we must take advantage of every opportunity to raise awareness.
“However, this conference is bigger than awareness. We do not know when our children will be faced with opportunities to be seduced into the hands of a perverted and twisted society. Consequently, we must get them into a room and speak life.
“We must let them know that God is with them. We must equip them with Word and resources to help navigate a malicious society. And, most of all, we must pray that the loving, healing, and saving hand of God covers them as they grow and matriculate through our communities and schools,” he said.
Registration includes conference materials, lunch, refreshments and the Faithbuilders Prayer Breakfast. The rates are $15 for children ages 3 to 9, $25 for youth ages 10 to 17, $50 for young adults ages 18 to 30 and $125 for adults ages 31 and up. Tickets to attend the breakfast only are $40.
For information or to register, visit blessedministriesusa.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.