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You Do Not Want To Miss Spring Showcase

 Spring Showcase is this Saturday and it's not too late for you to get your tickets!


Why spring showcase?
Every year we send students from across DFW to a ministry training conference called SICM or Student Institute of Campus Ministry. While there the students learn how to answer Jesus call on their life to make and mature disciples of Jesus, while they are on the college campus. Students become equipped to know and communicate the gospel, facilitate spiritual friendships, and lead meaningful bible studies. Every year the students who attend come back to their college campuses excited and ready to share Jesus with their peers. We think this opportunity is so valuable that we want to make sure that every student who wants to go has the opportunity to do so. That's why we do Spring Showcase

What is Spring Showcase?
Spring Showcase is a performing arts variety show that features top notch talents from across the metroplex. Singers, Musicians, and Comedy groups put on an amazing performance. So not only does the entire cost of the ticket go towards sending students to SICM, but you get to have an awesome Saturday filled with performances that will wow you, as well as an artisan market between shows. You don't want to miss it. Buy your tickets today.

 anyfocus.org/showcase

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