Whether you have been to lots of LifeLines conferences before, or are planning to attend your first, this event is not to be missed.
LifeLines is delighted to announce that William “Billy “Neal Moore will be the US guest speaker at the autumn conference in London.
Billy spent sixteen and a half years on Georgia’s death row, having pleaded guilty to charges of murder and armed robbery. On one occasion he came within seven hours of execution.
While on death row Billy achieved a bachelor’s degree in theology and ministered to his fellow inmates. In August 1990 the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles - influenced by his victim’s family saying they forgave him and wanted his life to be spared - commuted Billy’s death sentence to life in prison, with an additional 25 years to serve before the possibility of parole. Extraordinarily, just fifteen months later he was granted his freedom, the only self-confessed guilty person ever to have walked free from death row.
Billy married Donna Jacks-Moore, the pastor of Christ Assemble Evangelistic Church, in Saginaw Michigan, in 1993, and they raised a family together. They live in Rome, Georgia, where they founded Christ Assemble Evangelistic Ministries, Inc. Billy is the author of a book: “I Shall Not Die, But Live” and has spoken to groups and organisations all over the world.
Billy first addressed a LifeLines conference nearly ten years ago, and none of those who met him then were unmoved by his story. Now, a new generation of LifeLines members can hear it too.
In the afternoon there will be another speaker (details to follow), a short AGM and more talks and discussions on topics of interest to LifeLines members. Very importantly, there will be plenty of time to meet new friends and catch up with old ones, and meet others writing to your state.
The Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre is located off Shoreditch High Street and Great Eastern Street in central London. The nearest tube stations are Shoreditch High St (3 minutes’ walk), Liverpool St and Old St (both 10-15 minutes’ walk). Parking is extremely limited and expensive, so driving is not recommended, but there are numerous buses, and taxis are available at Liverpool St station.
The venue is fully accessible. Complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits will be available on arrival and during the afternoon break. There are several cafes and shops very close by, or you are welcome to bring a packed lunch.
Advance booking for the Autumn Conference.
We recommend you book in advance. However, you may pay on the day as long as there are still places available. LifeLines will issue everyone who books in advance with a confirmation slip which you need to bring as proof of payment.
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