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Joel Osteen tickets are tickets to salvation, redemption, and peace of mind. As the senior pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, Joel Osteen is a true spiritual giant. Lakewood is America’s largest Protestant church, averaging around 43,000 weekly attendees. In addition to the growth of Pastor Joel’s congregation, Joel Osteen’s television audience has grown as well. He now reaches a viewing audience of hundreds of millions in the United States alone and just as many overseas. To accommodate Joel’s ever-increasing popularity and influence, in July 2004 Joel Osteen Ministries began holding “An Evening With Joel Osteen.” This event has traveled to cities like Atlanta, Anaheim, New York, and Dallas, attracting tens of thousands of people. In addition, Lakewood and Joel Osteen have been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers.

Joel lives in the Houston area with his wife Victoria and two children, Jonathan and Alexandra. He is the author of The New York Times Best Seller Your Best Life Now (2004), which sold over 4 million copies, as well as the #1 bestsellers Become a Better You (2007), It’s Your Time (2009), Every Day A Friday (2011), and I Declare (2012). Your Joel Osteen tickets will be cherished by you and your loved ones, once you have tasted the honey of this great man's honest message. Tickets to Joel Osteen services are in high demand, so please bookmark this page, and keep coming back for news about his latest events. Nothing is as profound as an event like Joel Osteen, which challenges you to explore your faith and fundamental beliefs. We have a wide selection of tickets to Joel Osteen so that you can find a path that is right for you!

About Lakewood Church

Lakewood was founded on Mother’s Day in 1959 by Joel’s parents, John and Dodie Osteen. The church’s first meeting was held in an abandoned feed store. While the church began with a small number of parishioners, it did have a large vision - to reach as many people as possible with the message of God’s love. John’s famous words shed light on his intense passion to fulfill the dream: “Great it is to dream the dream, when you stand in youth by the starry stream. But a greater thing is to fight life through, and say at the end, the dream is true.” This faith in redemption is similar to the philosophy of other modern preachers, such as John Edward. John Osteen propelled Lakewood from a small church to a body of approximately 6,000 believers that reached people in many countries through television ministry, crusades, conferences, missionary support, food distribution, and more. However, in 1999, John died of a heart attack. He was survived by his wife Dodie and children Paul, April, Lisa, and Joel. On October 3, 1999, after producing his father's television program for years, Joel became the senior pastor of Lakewood.

Lakewood shocked its skeptics and grew astronomically. Pastor Joel, emphasizing God’s love and keeping a positive attitude, has changed many people's notion of church. As evidence of this, Lakewood adopted the slogan “Discover the Champion in You” as its church motto. By the fall of 2004, Lakewood had one Saturday evening worship service, three Sunday morning services, one Sunday afternoon Spanish service, and one Wednesday night service. All these were held in Lakewood’s 7,800 seat sanctuary. In late 2003, after a long process that involved multiple lawsuits, Joel Osteen and Lakewood Church acquired the Compaq Center (former home of the NBA’s Houston Rockets). The Center underwent over 70 million dollars of renovation to become the Lakewood International Center, which has 16,000 seats for Lakewood’s services and houses the media department of Joel Osteen Ministries.

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