Apostle Ivory Hopkins, founder of Pilgrim’s Ministry of Deliverance in Georgetown, DE, and Bishop Jackie Green, founder of JGM Enternational PrayerLife Institute and New Generation Christian Fellowship Church in Phoenix, AZ, will headline the 10th Healing and Deliverance Conference.
The popular event, sponsored by Blessed Ministries Interdenominational Ministry, begins Thursday, April 24, and concludes on Sunday, April 27, at the Four Points Sheraton LAX, 9750 Airport Boulevard in Los Angeles. The theme is ‘Piercing the Darkness…..Exposing the Occult and New Age Religion.’
“Both Bishop Green and Apostle Hopkins are anointed ministers who will share their extensive Bible knowledge to help men, women, youth and young adults combat Satan with the truth of Scripture,” said Apostle Charlezetta Nixon, founder of Blessed Ministries.
“Our conference will feature certified instructors facilitating several workshops focused on revealing the dangers of the occult and New Age Religion,” she said.
“Also 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.” 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.
The conference instructors are Apostle Nixon, Apostle Hopkins, Bishop Green, 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.
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.
“In addition, we invite the public to place ads in our commemorative souvenir journal. Your tax deductible donation will assist in sponsoring young adults, youth and children who have a desire to attend but are financially unable to,” added Apostle Nixon. The deadline to submit ads is April 1, 2014.
For information or to register, visit blessedministriesusa.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.