Florence County, S.C. — Bishop Michael Blue of Marion will host the annual Christian Covenant Fellowship Ministries (CCFM) Conference on June 20-23 at the Florence Center, formerly The Florence Civic Center.
This event has attracted thousands from the Pee Dee Region and beyond for the past 18 years.
World-renowned and critically acclaimed preacher Bishop T.D. Jakes of The Potter’s House in Dallas will headline this year’s conference.
As the pastor of one of the nation’s largest churches with 30,000 members, Bishop Jakes is a world-renowned preacher, host of the acclaimed MegaFEST and International Pastors & Leadership Conference, a New York Times Best-Selling Author, film producer, humanitarian and entrepreneur.
“CCFM Conference 2018 is designed to offer something for the entire family and for the entire individual,” says Bishop Blue. “We want attendees to be inspired but also to gain practical skills applicable to everyday life. And we strive to make the Conference accessible to everyone: Admission is free, as always.”
Other speakers include Bishop Michael Blue, host and presiding prelate; Joyce Rodgers, international evangelist, and Bishop Joseph Walker, the Presiding Bishop of Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship. Featured musical guests include Jonathan McReynolds, Wendi Wyatt, Todd Galberth, and The Walls Group.
Attendees can also expect to receive empowerment from impactful sessions from Bishop Melvin Lambert of Fayetteville, N.C., Bishop Bobby Hilton of Cincinnati, Ohio and more. For kids, a special simultaneous day conference, The Kingdom is For Kids Two (K4K2) also takes place.
The Empowerment Luncheon is a ticketed event, but all other conference day and evening sessions have always been free and open to the public. However, registration is encouraged and includes major benefits.
To register for #CCFM2018 or purchase Empowerment Luncheon tickets visit www.ccfmnation.org/registration.html.
For more information about #CCFM2018, K4K2, or sponsorship opportunities visit www.ccfmnation.org, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CCFM2000/, or call (843) 423-0340.