Bethel Music, the worship ministry of Redding, CA-based Bethel Church, is gathering thousands of registrations from people around the globe for its first-ever Heaven Come Conference. As registrations continue to come in for the event being held May 25-27 in Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater, those attending represent virtually every state in the US, as well as from at least 28 countries around the world, including Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Japan, Taiwan, Republic of Korea, United Kingdom, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Canada, Mexico and more.
Hosting “Worship Nights” with capacity crowds in major market venues around the world, Bethel Music’s conference is an opportunity for those gathering to delve deeper into the topic of understanding “on earth as it is in Heaven.” In Matthew chapter 6, Jesus instructs his disciples to pray, “Our Father who art in Heaven, hallowed be Your name. Your kingdom come, Your will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven.” A cornerstone in the Bethel Church community has been the pursuit and experience of what the last phrase of this quoted prayer truly means.
Speakers leading at the conference will include Bethel Church Sr. Leader Bill Johnson, Sr. Worship Pastors Brian and Jenn Johnson, Sr. Associate Leader Kris Vallotton, Sr. Pastor Eric Johnson, Founder and Co-Leader of Sozo Ministry Dawna De Silva, Prophetic Ministry Director Ben Armstrong and more.
Brian and Jenn are also part of the Bethel Music artist collective that will be leading worship at the Heaven Come Conference. This collective includes Jeremy Riddle, Steffany Gretzinger, Amanda Cook, William Matthews, Jonathan David and Melissa Helser, Matt Stinton, Hunter Thompson, Paul and Hannah McClure, Kalley Heiligenthal, Josh Baldwin and Bethel newcomers Leeland and Cory Asbury.
Together this team of artists are known worldwide for anthems like “We Will Not Be Shaken,” “One Thing Remains,” “This Is Amazing Grace” (an ASCAP “Song of the Year”), “Love Came Down” (featured on American Idol 2012), “Forever,” “You Are Good,” “You Make Me Brave” (GMA Canada Covenant Awards “Song of the Year”) and more. The team also has five acclaimed albums that all went to the top of Billboard’s Top Christian Albums chart. Bethel Music’s double-disc live recording, Have It All, which released internationally March 11, hit No. 6 on the overall Billboard Top Albums chart becoming Bethel Music’s highest retail debut on the chart ever. Have It All also perched at No. 1 on the overall iTunes Albums chart in the US for six straight days while hitting No. 1 in Canada, No. 3 in Australia, No. 6 in Brazil, No. 7 in the UK, No. 24 in Germany and No. 63 in France.
Joining the Bethel Music team for the conference will be such internationally recognized worship leaders as Darlene Zschech and Kari Jobe, as well as noted speaker Havilah Cunnington, and more.
The Heaven Come Conference will be a unique opportunity for those gathering to experience what the 8,000 attendees of Bethel Church’s six weekly services in their 1,500-seat Redding location, along with the 350,000-plus people who subscribe to the online stream of the services at www.ibethel.tv, experience on a weekly basis. Registration for this three-day, two-night event, along with the full schedule, suggested nearby hotels and more information can be found at https://bethelmusic.com/heaven-come-conference2/. A promotional video can also be seen below.
Prior to the Heaven Come Conference, Bethel Music artists joined together to lead worship for an estimated 120,000 people at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum during Azusa Now April 9. Millions more are anticipated to see, or have already seen, the event through GOD TV, TBN, JUCE TV and Daystar television broadcasts, as well as through online streaming.
[Bethel Music is pictured above leading worship for an estimated 120,000 people at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum during Azusa Now Saturday, April 9.]