Bishop James D. Nelson Jr., BMore Now Bring Hope to Baltimore

Bishop T.D. Jakes to Bring a Word as Conference Guest Speaker

The inaugural BMore Now conference is set to commence in the heart of Baltimore.

Presented by Bishop James Nelson Jr., BMore Now is a one-day empowerment conference that addresses issues within the Baltimore community.

“Employment, economic equity, safety and serving our seniors are key elements that BMore Now aims to impact,” says Nelson, senior pastor of Destiny Christian Church. “Access to healthy living and effectively transitioning formerly incarcerated individuals into a new life are additional aspects of BMore Now.”

The event will provide resources and actionable steps for citizens to help generate positive change and there is no one more equipped to inspire Baltimore citizens than the renowned Bishop T.D. Jakes.

Bishop T.D. Jakes, a pastor, leader, visionary and entrepreneur, is founder and senior pastor of The Potter’s House, a global humanitarian organization and church with more than 30,000 members based in Dallas. Jakes will be the featured speaker of the event, galvanizing the Baltimore community through both his enticing words and thinking.

The free, city-wide event takes place at The Church of the Redeemed of the Lord in Baltimore, 4321 Old York Road, on October 12th beginning at 9 a.m. The schedule is as follows:

9 a.m. – 10 a.m.:
City Wide Job Fair
Expungement Clinic
Voter Registration

10 a.m. – 11 a.m.:
CHASE Currency Conversations, Moderated by Ivy McGregor

11 a.m. – 1 p.m.:
Bishop T.D. Jakes

The event kicks off with a citywide job fair featuring major corporations, followed by an hourlong discussion sponsored by CHASE Currency Conversations and moderated by Ivy McGregor, CEO of The IVY Inc.

Bishop T.D. Jakes will close out the conference with an empowering message for attendees.
To learn more about the conference and ways to get involved, visit or follow Bishop James Nelson Jr. on Instagram at @pasjamesnelson. The hashtag used for this year’s conference is #BMoreNow.

Look for our interview next week with Bishop Nelson.

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