An In Touch Ministries event designed to teach Christians how to be healthy, wealthy, and wise has already sold out in the two venues scheduled for the fall.
Admission-free tickets for "The Extraordinary Life" event, featuring founder of president of Atlanta-based In Touch Ministries Dr. Charles Stanley, have all been booked for the gathering at the Potters House Worship Center in Dallas, Texas, on Oct. 13 and the George Mason University, in Fairfax, V.A., near Washington, D.C., on Oct. 29.
Dr. Stanley, who is a senior pastor First Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga., defined The Extraordinary Life as "one in which the presence of Christ is seen in our actions, heard in our words, felt in our presence and impacts the life of others," according to the event's website.
The author of over 35 books, Dr. Stanley lecture on "Living the Extraordinary Life: Nine Principles to Discover It," draws on wisdom from his upcoming book Living the Extraordinary Life which will be released in September.
Jordan Rubin, author of New York Times bestseller, The Maker's Diet, will address the issue of maintaining healthy lifestyles in church in order to glorify God. On a mission to transform the health of God's people one life at a time," Rubin will deliver a lecture, entitled, "The Great Physicians Rx for Health & Wellness: Seven Keys to Unlock Your Health Potential."
Another featured speaker is Dave Ramsey, best-selling author of The Total Money Makeover and New York Times best-selling author of Financial Peace and More Than Enough. According to the event's website, Ramsey teaches others "how to be financially responsible, so they can acquire enough wealth to take care of loved ones, live prosperously into old age, and give generously to others."
The event, which will also include a time for worship and praise, will be broadcasted live via the In Touch Ministries website and Inspiration television network.