T.D. Jakes ‘Woman Thou Art Loosed’ Conference Turns 20

"Woman Thou Art Loosed Conference 2012"

‘Woman Thou Art Loosed’ turns 20

Bishop T.D. Jakes and First Lady Serita Jakes will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Woman Thou Art Loosed conference with more than 25,000 women from all over the world.

The event scheduled October 4-6, 2012 at the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, will feature as guest speakers, Rev. Sheryl Brady and best-selling author and speaker, Cindy Trimm of Trimm International.

Musical guests for the Woman Thou Art Loosed Conference  will be Grammy Award winner Ann Nesby, Joy Hill, Gaye Arbuckle and “The Woman Thou Art Loosed” Praise Team. Additionally, the winner of the next big gospel music star contest on Facebook organized by Jakes will get the opportunity to perform before the audience at the conference.

Building up on previous years, this year’s theme will be focused on Pastor Sheryl Brady’s book You Have It In You!: Empowered to do the Impossible, which is being released on Oct. 2, and features encouragement for readers to embrace their gifts and live a purposeful life.

“Believe [in God] for the impossible, the unimaginable, the unobtainable, and the incurable,” writes Brady in an excerpt of the book. “Each time we trust him with another layer of our lives, we discover more of the buried treasure of our true identities.”

Bishop Jakes, Senior Pastor of the Potters House in Dallas Texas is truly one of America’s most beloved pastor  who I think just has the midas touch with people and projects.

In addition to being a Pastor to more than 30,000 members, T.D. Jakes also has an enormous online ministry and is now considered a media mogul in his own right, producing several books, films and soon to come a talk show on BET.

Congratulations to Bishop T. D. Jakes and First lady Serita for reaching this great milestone.

Click here to visit the official website of Woman Thou Art Loosed Conference 2012 and view Live stream

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