A Santa Clarita Valley congregation is inviting everyone to attend its second annual SCV Marriage and Family Conference, which is sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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This free family-oriented event is scheduled for Saturday from 8:40 a.m. to 1 p.m., at 24443 McBean Parkway in Valencia. The dress is casual and light refreshments will be served.
Last year was the first SCV Marriage and Family Conference with at least 200 people attending.
The keynote address from 12-1 pm will be “Becoming One in Marriage,” with speakers: Elder Jerry and Sister Mary Lynn Garns. Parents and grandparents who have been frequently relied upon to counsel individuals in their marriages, the Garns will be sharing on how we each can apply in today’s world the biblical mandate to “become one” in marriage. Jerry Garns is also an Area Authority Seventy in the LDS Church.
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There are 19 classes in topics on child rearing (including teenagers), social media and protecting your family in a connected world, financial and estate planning, empty nesting, marriage and marital intimacy, health and wellness, and overcoming bad habits and addictions.
Although the conference is majorly focused on marriages there are many other resources for families.
Each class is an hour long; attendees are welcome to stay as long as they want and to take any of the classes. Experienced instructors who are knowledgeable on their subject matter will lead the classes.
There is something for everyone and the conference is free and open to the public! For more information on each of the classes with a full schedule for each class, please visit our website at http://scvfamilyconference.org/ or on Facebook at SCV Marriage and Family Conference. Everyone is invited to pre-register on the website to guarantee seating and availability of course materials on site.
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Source: Santa Clarita News