Well-known pastor Joel Osteen heads to Mid-South - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Well-known pastor Joel Osteen heads to Mid-South

Pastor Joel Osteen (Source: Wikipedia) Pastor Joel Osteen (Source: Wikipedia)
SOUTHAVEN, MS (WMC) -

Pastor Joel Osteen will be in a city near you to promote his latest book, "Think Better, Live Better."

The number one New York Times Best-Selling Author will be at Books-A-Million, located at Towne Square Boulevard, in Southhaven, Mississippi on Friday, October 7 to sign copies of his new book as well as greet fans. The event begins at noon.

Osteen will be available for interviews at this event. To schedule an interview contact Andrea Davis andrea@joelosteen.com, or call 731-491-1339.

For more information go to www.joelosteen.com or lakewoodchurch.com.

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