By Libby Hopkins

Many people across the country fill arenas and stadiums to hear messages of hope from Joel and Victoria Osteen. Now, the pastors of the largest church in America are coming to Tampa to host “A Night of Hope” at the Amalie Arena on Friday, November 13 at 7:30 p.m.

“Victoria and I love the people of Florida,” said Pastor Joel. “We’re excited to be at Amalie Arena and we believe those who come out will be encouraged and uplifted. It will be an experience to remember and they won’t leave the same.”

The event will bring together people of all different backgrounds from across the region for an exciting time of praise and worship where lives are changed and hope is restored.

“More than ever before, people are looking for hope in their lives. The Night of Hope events are about uplifting people,” Pastor Joel said. “It’s a time where Victoria and I are able to share our message and inspire people and to let them know that God is good, He’s on their side and that there are good days up ahead.”

Millions of people worldwide are inspired through Joel’s weekly television broadcasts, bestselling books, worship events and his weekly podcasts. His appeal is universal which allows him to crossover to audiences that are diverse racially, politically and socioeconomically. Joel’s skill to speak directly to people and connect personally with them is virtually unmatched. His humble message that God cares deeply for each of us and empowers us to overcome and succeed resonates with the masses. Many feel Joel brings hope and encouragement to a world that desperately needs it.

To attend “A Night of Hope,” tickets can be purchased at the McDonald’s Ticket Office at Amalie Arena, Ticketmaster outlets or at www.ticket Tickets cost $15. Prices do not include facility fees or service charges. Advanced parking passes are available at Amalie Arena ticket office and online through Ticketmaster. For more information on “A Night of Hope,” visit or call 301-2500. The arena is located at 401 Channelside Dr. in Tampa.

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Libby Hopkins
Libby Hopkins has been a part of the Brandon community for more than 30 years. She is a graduate of USF with a degree in journalism. She has been a freelance writer for The Osprey Observer Newspaper since 2008. She also the Executive Director of Center Place Fine Arts and Civic Association. She is a dog mom to her rescue dog, Marshall. She loves being a part of the Brandon Community and she loves sharing positive news about our community.