Tommy Tenney, the acclaimed inspirational speaker and author with sales of over three million books is the main speaker at a special 2 day conference, taking place in Stoke-on-Trent from Friday 9th April to Saturday 10th April.

Best known for his “God Chasers” book, Tommy will be leading 5 sessions over the two days at the Bethel City Church Conference.

Also based in Stoke-on-Trent, the Christian media initiative Cross Rhythms will be broadcasting Tommy Tenney live into the UK on the Saturday night.

Said Jonathan Bellamy, Cross Rhythms CEO, “Over the last few years an amazing number of well known Christian speakers and artists have come to Stoke-on-Trent in the heart of the nation. Tommy Tenney is the latest in a line that has recently included Rob Bell, J John, Chris Tomlin, Casting Crowns and Planetshakers. This is a city where God is bringing in quality ministries to support the work he is doing through the local church. As a local broadcaster across the city on 101.8FM and nationally through our online service at www.crossrhythms.co.uk, we sense a developing strategy emerging to share these quality ministries across the nation through live broadcasts”.

For more information on the event go to www.bethelcitychurch.com.

The live broadcast will be aired on Cross Rhythms City Radio 101.8FM in Stoke-on-Trent, also on Cross Rhythms Plymouth 96.3FM, and online at www.crossrhythms.co.uk/radio.

For more information on Cross Rhythms contact heather.bellamy@crossrhythms.co.uk

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