CLEVELAND - Pastor Joel Osteen is coming to Cleveland on Friday, July 13, as part of his tour, "A Night of Hope with Joel and Victoria Osteen."
The event is described on Osteen's website as a night full of faith and inspiration, praise and worship, along with music from the Lakewood Band and Ensemble.
His wife Victoria is a co-pastor at the Houston church.
The central message of the church, according to Osteen's website, is the ministry's commitment to "helping people from all walks of life experience the unconditional love and unending hope found only in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ."
Northeast Ohio viewers tune in each Sunday morning at 7:30 a.m. on NewsChannel 5 to hear Osteen's weekly sermon. Nationwide, Osteen's weekly message attracts millions of Americans. His broadcast is seen in nearly 100 nations around the world.
Osteen also is a New York Times bestselling author. He released his first book, "Your Best Life Now," in 2004.
Tickets to Friday's event were still available late Monday morning on the Quicken Loans Arena website. (Mobile users: http://theqarena.com)
Prices start at $15, plus a $3 facility fee.
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