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Dr. David Jeremiah will sit down with host David Michael Jeremiah for a Q&A session about how the prophecies of tomorrow reveal much about the problems we are experiencing today. Take a look at this clip from 2019's Overcomer interview!

An Evening with David Jeremiah is coming to a city near you!

Dr. Jeremiah's messages will bring hope and insight from his new teaching series, The World of the End: How Jesus' Prophecy Shapes Our Priorities.

“See that you are not troubled, for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.”

Matthew 24:6

An Evening with David Jeremiah

HIS VOICE will be OUR VOICE to Reach the World!

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PNC Arena

Raleigh, NC

OCT 6 | 7PM

Amway Center

Orlando, FL

OCT 13 | 7PM

Bon Secours Wellness Arena

Greenville, SC

OCT 20 | 7PM

KeyBank Center

Buffalo, NY

NOV 11 | 7PM

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, tickets are required to enter the arena. Register for a free ticket at www.davidjeremiah.org/tour/tickets.

You may register yourself to volunteer when you place your group order, but the other members of your group will have to submit their own separate volunteer registration forms.You can direct them to https://www.davidjermeiah.org/tour/volunteer, and when prompted on the volunteer registration form, they can mark that they already received an e-ticket for the event.

Helpful Hint: We recommend each person register for their e-ticket separately. This ensures everyone has immediate access to their ticket and can individually choose to volunteer or not.

Please visit each arena's website for more information surrounding ADA accommodations.

  • Raleigh, NC: https://www.pncarena.com/arena-info/accessibility
  • Orlando, FL: https://www.amwaycenter.com/plan-your-visit/accessibility
  • Greenville, SC: https://www.bonsecoursarena.com/guest-services/accessibility-guide
  • Buffalo, NY: https://keybankcenter.com/page/ada-policy

The event starts at 7:00 PM and lasts for approximately 2.5 hours.

Please be prepared to go through a bag check and metal detectors upon arrival. All personal items are subject to being searched.

For the most up-to-date information on security protocols, Covid restrictions, and bag policies, please contact your local venue or visit their website.

Each venue has its own security requirements and restrictions. Please contact your local venue or visit their website for details on their bag policy.

  • Raleigh, NC: www.pncarena.com/arena-info/policies
  • Orlando, FL: www.amwaycenter.com/arena/arena-info/a-z-guide
  • Greenville, SC: www.bonsecoursarena.com/guest-services/clearbagpolicy
  • Buffalo, NY: www.keybankcenter.com/page/arena-guide

Yes, an American Sign Language interpreter will be interpreting for the entire event. Please contact your local venue or visit their website below for more details.

  • Raleigh, NC: www.pncarena.com/arena-info/accessibility
  • Orlando, FL: www.amwaycenter.com/plan-your-visit/accessibility
  • Greenville, SC: www.bonsecoursarena.com/guest-services/accessibility-guide
  • Buffalo, NY: www.keybankcenter.com/page/ada-policy

If you are logged in to your web account, you will see your e-ticket as soon as you open the Turning Point app! To log in and see your e-ticket, simply tap the Profile tab on the bottom right, then log in with your email address and password. Don’t have the app? You can download the app for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

No, seating at each event is first come, first serve.

Details on parking vary depending on which event you are attending. Please refer to the venue's website below for information on where to park and whether there is a parking fee.

  • Raleigh, NC: www.pncarena.com
  • Orlando, FL: www.amwaycenter.com/>
  • Greenville, SC: www.bonsecoursarena.com/
  • Buffalo, NY: keybankcenter.com/

Each event starts at 7 PM, but the venues will open for seating as early as 5:30 PM.

E-tickets are QR codes that are stored and accessed digitally, allowing you the flexibility to present your ticket from your smartphone or to print your ticket at home. Please remember, while you can print the same ticket that you put on your smartphone, the ticket can only be scanned once.

After placing your order, you will be sent an email with a PDF copy of your ticket(s). You can also access your e-ticket QR code on the Turning Point App or your online account.

Helpful Hint: For easy accessibility to your e-ticket, add it to your Apple Wallet, Google Pay, OR take a screenshot of your ticket and save it to your photos.

Whether attending solo or in a group, we strongly encourage all attendees to order their e-tickets individually. This ensures everyone has immediate access to their own ticket.

If you do decide to place a group order, please be aware of the following:

  • You will receive e-tickets equal to the number of people on the order.
  • Each e-ticket has a QR code that must be scanned individually upon arrival.
  • You have three options for distributing the e-tickets to your group:
    • Each e-ticket on your order has a “Send” link that allows you to transfer the e-ticket to another recipient via email or text. The recipient will be asked to provide their email address and cell phone number to receive access to the e-ticket you have sent to them.
    • Upon arrival, you can have each e-ticket scanned from your smartphone for the whole group.
    • When accessing your e-tickets from your online account, you may print out each one and distribute to your group.

If you wish to add more people to your e-ticket, simply place a new ticket order at www.davidjeremiah.org/tour/tickets for the additional number of people.

If you would like to serve as a volunteer while you attend the event, you can register at www.davidjeremiah.org/tour/volunteer. When prompted on the volunteer registration form, you can mark that you already received your e-ticket for the event.

You do not need to contact us to cancel your e-ticket order unless your order includes 25 or more attendees. If cancelling an e-ticket order for 25 or more, please email info@davidjeremiah.org or contact us by phone at: 877-998-0222, press 3 and then press 5 (Monday - Friday, 6:00AM - 3:30PM PST).

If you are logged in to your web account, you will see your e-ticket as soon as you open the Turning Point app! To log in and see your e-ticket, simply tap the Profile tab on the bottom right, then log in with your email address and password. Don’t have the app? You can download the app for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

Yes, you may print your e-ticket but please try not to fold or crease the paper as it will be difficult for ticket scanners to scan your ticket.

  • Volunteer badge
  • Event ticket (screenshot on your phone, printed, or on the app)
  • Cell phone charger
  • Comfortable shoes
  • A good attitude and a smile!

You are welcome to bring your own food, however, a light meal will be provided for volunteers before the event. PLease do not bring in any outside beverages. Plenty of water and soda will be provided on site.

Due to limited space in the volunteer room, we recommend bringing only what is necessary.

As a member of our volunteer team, you will need to be onsite by 3:30 PM the day of the event. Be advised that most of the volunteer roles involve standing on your feet for extended periods, navigating stairs, walking throughout the arena, and lifting up to 15 pounds. If you would like to volunteer but have physical limitations, we will work with you to assign a more accommodating role. You are not required to help after the event, however we do greatly appreciate anyone who can stay and help us with takedown afterward.

Please arrive promptly at 3:30 PM. This will give you time to park and and be ready for the check-in process that begins at 3:45 PM.

IMPORTANT The arena will not be available to enter until 3:30 PM and we cannot accept any late volunteers past 4:15 PM.

Plan to bring your volunteer badge and your event ticket ready to scan upon entrance into the arena. You will also be going through a security and bag check.

After you have scanned your ticket and gone through security, you will sign in at the check-in table to choose your volunteer assignment and retrieve your volunteer t-shirt, light meal, and a special gift from Dr. David Jeremiah.

There will be a brief orientation meeting, followed by a group training session that focuses on your selected volunteer assignment.

Yes, a light meal is provided. A boxed lunch is provided after the volunteers have checked in, as they wait for training to begin. The meal will be held in the volunteer room.

  • The light meal will likely consist of a standard box meal (sandwich, chips, etc.).
  • Yes, you may bring your own food. This applies to volunteers ONLY, not rally attendants. Outside beverages are not recommended, and plenty of water and soda will be provided.

Yes, you will choose which assignment you prefer during check-in. We will do what we can to accommodate your request. Your flexibility is appreciated if we do ask you to fulfill a different position.

These are the volunteer assignments that will be available:

  • Welcome Team (before the event): Warmly welcome attendees, distribute programs, help direct groups to their seats, and answer simple questions about navigating the arena
  • ADA Assistance/Will Call Team (before the event): Assist ADA attendees to their seats; distribute physical will call tickets to the appropriate guests.
  • Ticketing Team (before the event): Scan attendees' tickets upon entry. Must be comfortable with using a scanner device after training. (Scanners provided)
  • Offering Team (event duration): Serve at the offering station during the event. Note: This volunteer position asks you to bless others by serving for the duration of the event and collecting the offering towards the end of the event.
  • Resource Sales Team (event duration): Help sell Bible resources and merchandise at the resource tables.Note: This volunteer position asks you to bless others by serving for the duration of the event. Occasionally, you may have the opportunity to go inside the arena to watch the event from the concourse.
  • Clean-Up Team (after the event): Assist the Turning Point staff with cleaning up after the event (Tables, chairs, etc.).

A volunteer packet will be sent to you one to two weeks before the event with all the information you need to know about volunteering. You will also receive several emails with information leading up to the event.

Most of the Turning Point staff will be in business casual attire. Volunteers are welcome to wear jeans, and we strongly recommend wearing comfortable shoes.

We will provide you with a volunteer t-shirt once you arrive at check-in on the day of the event.

Yes, though it is not mandatory for volunteers to stay and help with the takedown. We do greatly appreciate anyone who can assist with the takedown process. If you are available to help, please report to your volunteer team captain after the event is over.