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Leadership Prayer Breakfast on Friday

Leadership in a multicultural world will be the theme at the 18th annual Langley Leadership Prayer Breakfast, to be held Friday at 7 a.m. at Newlands.

Guest speaker in former Trinity Western University faculty member Jim Cunningham, an international consultant in adult education.He is currently serving as a faculty member at Wycliffe Bible Translators at the Canada Institute of Linguistics on the campus of TWU.

The purpose of the breakfast is to provide an opportunity for government, business, labour, education and professional leaders to meet, reaffirm their faith in God, uphold those in authority in prayer and express appreciation to community leaders.

Music will be provided by local twins Andrea and Amaris, who have performed at numerous events

For tickets, call June at 604 856-8213.

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