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• Free conference with New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer
• October 9-­‐11 at the Times Union Center:  51 Pearl Street, Albany, NY 12207

• Collecting school supplies, toys, toiletries and more for local outreach (Albany)

-­‐conference attendees will come together to hear author and speaker

Joyce Meyer share a unique message each session.

There is no charge for each of the four sessions.

Special musical guests Kristian Stanfill and Christy Nockels will also be there.

Sessions start at:• 7:00p.m.on Thursday• 10:00a.m.and 7:00p.m.on Friday•10:00a.m.on Saturday.

Doors open 2 hours prior to each session Interpretation for the deaf and hard of hearing as well as

Spanish translation will be provided.  This section will be reserved until 30 minutes before each session.

Multiply Hope, an outreach of Joyce Meyer Ministries that looks to benefit the local area by

mobilizing conference attendees to help bless the community, will be supporting

Redeemer Church and their various outreaches in the Albany community,by collecting

donations of: school supplies, small toys, toy batteries, costume jewelry,toiletries

and Christmas wrapping paper.

These items will be collected at the conference and distributed to those in need.

 
www.joycemeyer.org/conference
About Joyce Meyer Joyce Meyer Conference Ministries
Joyce Meyer Ministries (JMM) is an international nonprofit organization

that focuses on reaching people through media with a potential audience of 4.5 billion people.

Impacting lives around the world, through its outreach arm,

Hand of Hope, JMM provides life-changing global humanitarian and missions relief.

In 2013, JMM provided more than 32.6 million meals supporting feeding centers

in 30 countries and free medical care to over 240,000 people in multiple remote areas.

JMM also provides support for 37 children’s homes globally and provides a host of other

disaster, missions and humanitarian aid.

JMM also operates the Dream Center, an inner-city church and outreach
center in North St. Louis.

For more information, please visit www.joycemeyer.org