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Jen Tringale, Karen Wheaton, & Nicole C. Mullen at Lord of Hosts Church!
May 15, 2022
Join us on Sunday, May 15th at Lord of Hosts Church as Jen Tringale, Karen Wheaton, and Nicole C. Mullen come to minister at the 9am & 11:30am CT services!
Make sure to mark your calendar so that you can join us for this power-packed Sunday as we are believing that the Spirit of the Lord will move mightily during these services!
If you are unable to attend in person, you can still be a part by watching online via livestream.
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GUEST SPEAKER INFORMATION
Jen Tringale is an internationally known speaker, author, and strategist on awakening destiny. She is known for her integration of purpose, innovation, faith, and spirituality. Her messaging reaches across cultures and vocations to unlock the purpose and potential within individuals, organizations, cities, and nations.
Her reach includes a robust international speaking schedule, her books “Your Defining Moment” and “Calling”, and a podcast that opened in iTunes’ Top 40 charts with an audience of over 200,000 listeners in more than fifty nations. Her international influence includes meetings with Heads of State, Cabinet Members, U.S. Embassy, and State Department Representatives.
In 2016 she hosted a history-making, nation-wide women’s conference in the nation of Grenada. It was the first of its kind with thousands in attendance, including dignitaries and prominent leaders.
After over twenty years of ministry, Jen is positioned as a leading voice in the current generation who communicates with clarity, boldness, and passion on divine destiny and bringing Jesus Christ into culture. Her initiatives to equip and empower extend beyond the pulpit and pew into every arena of culture for influential shift.
She has appeared on television networks such as TBN, TCT, the Believers Voice of Victory Network, and has been featured in the Word of Faith Magazine. Jen is a graduate of Rhema Bible College, and is originally from Florence, KY. She embraces both her southern roots and Italian heritage, and now resides in Nashville, TN.
Karen Wheaton is a seasoned Christian minister whose music and preaching has provoked listeners to pursue God in passionate worship for many years. Her first exposure came on the Praise the Lord Club in 1978. As a young lady of only 18, she traveled with the Spurrlows in the Festival of Praise, and by 1980 she launched her solo ministry, traveling with her own band and back-up singers, singing and preaching the gospel across the nation.
Throughout the ‘80’s Karen had the privilege of serving alongside ministers such as Jimmy Swaggart, Benny Hinn, Marilyn Hickey, and Charles and Frances Hunter as they held crusades and conferences all throughout the world. In 1988 she joined the TBN family and has been a part of that impacting television network ever since.
Throughout the ‘90’s Karen continued to work with other ministers such as Rod Parsley, T. D. Jakes, and many others, while increasingly traveling on her own as doors opened to sing and speak at various churches, prisons, and women’s conferences. In 1998 the emphasis of her ministry took a surprising turn as God called her to move back to her hometown and begin to work with the youth of the community.
Though she continues to travel and minister, her efforts are primarily focused on the youth center she founded called the Ramp in her hometown Hamilton, Alabama. Along with other ministers such as Damon Thompson, Dutch Sheets, and Lou Engle, Karen is intent on awakening a generation. Over 1,100 young people gather at the Ramp each month to be transformed by the presence of God and equipped to win their cities.
Nicole C. Mullen
Nicole C. Mullen has long been known as an undeniably talented artist who is unafraid to be vulnerable and transparent with her audience.
She continues a legacy of sincerity and artistic integrity that in the past has been recognized with two Grammy® Award nominations and nine Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, including two Female Vocalist of the Year honors, Song of Year for “Redeemer, and On My Knees”, the Urban Album of the Year for “Everyday People ”, Contemporary Song of the year (Call on Jesus), and the first African American female to win Songwriter of the Year for Redeemer.