Joel Osteen San Antonio Tickets
Often called “The Smiling Preacher”, Joel Osteen is visiting San Antonia with Victoria Osteen this summer, to perform at the Alamodome. Presenting ‘A Texas Sized – Night of Hope’, the venue accommodates about sixty-five thousand people. Joel Osteen San Antonio tickets are now selling fast. Accompanied by Da’dra Greathouse, Cindy Cruse-Ratcliff and Steve Crawford, the Osteens aim to gather people from all across the nation, belonging to different backgrounds. The audience can expect a performance that changes lives and restores hope. Renowned American broadcast journalist, Barbara Walters ranked Joel amongst 10 Most Fascinating People of 2006.
Inspiration to millions, the televangelist Joel Osteen is coming to perform at the Alamodome, San Antonio. Joel and Victoria Osteen are presenting ‘A Texas Sized –Night of Hope’ as the Joel Osteen San Antonio tickets are selling fast, purchased by people looking forward to an inspiring and hope-filled event. This televangelist preaches his audience about optimism w a unique blend of passion, humbleness and humor. The audience can expect to have a life changing experience with the concepts of the charismatic Osteens.
Joel Osteen is the Pastor of Lakewood Church. As per the Church Growth Today, THis particular chuch have had a more rapid growth in the past few years than any other American church. Joel has managed to establish it as the largest church in America, with renovations amounting to ninety-five million dollars. Every week, the church is swamped with over thirty-eight thousand attendees as Joel spreads the message of encouragement and hope. Given his immense viewership, Joel was categorized as the ‘most watched inspirational figure in America’ by the Nielsen Media Research. The weekly television sermon is aired all across the US.
The first book of Joel Osteen, featured by Time Warner, was titled Your Best Life Now. It topped the ‘New York Times Bestsellers List’ upon its release. The book stayed at number one position for over two years and sold over four million copies.