Sponsored by Biola and Talbot School of Theology, the conference is for Spanish-speaking evangelicals from the greater southern California region, as well as English-speaking youth from these same churches. Since launching in 1979 with 60 participants, the conference has grown significantly to more than 400 attendees, who receive context-specific training and fellowship during the daylong event. The conference’s original purpose was to train Sunday school workers, but it has since become a widely attended Spanish-language conference that equips pastors, church leaders and workers from all over Southern California.

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