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Children's Ministry Training

@ Living Faith Community Church, 1715 Grandstand Drive, San Antonio, TX 78238
Join the Living Faith Community Church for a half-day training event packed with practical, hands-on takeaways that’ll equip and inspire your whole children’s ministry team. Sometimes the desire for “bigger and better” can make someone lose sight of the most important ingredients in children’s ministry. At this local training event, you’ll discover a surprisingly simple recipe for producing irresistible friendships with Jesus that’ll last a lifetime! They'll zero in on how to build a ministry focused on what Jesus says matters most and explore how to help a new generation love God with all their hearts, souls and minds.

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