Joel Osteen to host 'Night of Hope' in D.C.
Best-selling author and Pastor Joel Osteen will be in Washington Saturday night to address what’s expected to be a sell-out crowd at Nationals Park in Southwest.
“America’s Night of Hope” is a message he’s brought to over 100 cities across the country, filling arenas to capacity.
Saturday’s event will begin at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 5:30 p.m., and is expected to feature special guests, including his wife Victoria Osteen, and great music. Tickets are $15.
The New York Times calls Osteen one of the influential people on Twitter, and on Thursday, ABC7’s Steve Chenevey spoke with the man described by many as the “most influential spiritual figure in America.”
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