Important M3 Conference Update: Dates Changed to March 5-6

Watch this video announcement by Dr. Paul and Jennifer Osteen, M3 Conference Co-Founders, with an important update regarding the upcoming 2021 M3 Conference.

Dear M3 Friends,

As most of you likely know from personal experience or the national news coverage, we are in the midst of an unprecedented winter storm here in Houston, Texas. Many are without power and/or water. For those of us with water, there is a “boil water” mandate in place. Many have had pipes burst in their homes, which has led to costly damage and flooding. Between the icy roads, widespread plumbing issues, and limited access to electricity, internet and water, stabilizing our living conditions will take time.

Additionally, for the past few days, our church, Lakewood Church (the M3 venue), has served as a shelter for hundreds of people in need of a warm place to stay during the storm. Many of our M3 team members are currently working at the shelter. Our community is hurting, so our mission this week, although different than we planned, is clear: to help those in need.

Because of all of these factors, we feel like it is wise to delay the M3 Conference for two weeks—to the weekend of March 5-6, 2021. We sincerely hope that you will be able to “attend” this virtual event on March 5th and 6th.  We know it will be a great conference.

Thank you for your patience, understanding, and continued prayers.


Dr. Paul and Jennifer Osteen


NOTE: Current registrants received an email that included this update. Not registered? CLICK HERE to register to join us on March 5-6.

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