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International Event Held In Petal, Ms

Global Youth Initiative. Source: Rivers of Life Church. Global Youth Initiative. Source: Rivers of Life Church.
PETAL, MS (WDAM) -

This is a news release from Rivers of Life Church. 

Half a million young people will be served this coming April through The John Maxwell Team Global Youth Initiative. The series of events is being held worldwide Monday, April 24 through Sunday, April 30, 2017 in large cities, small villages internationally and locally.

The John Maxwell Team Global Youth Initiative is an international movement comprising hundreds of free community events with topics ranging from leadership development, to anti-bullying, self esteem and more to help the youth in communities around the world thrive.

Here in the Petal, Hattiesburg Area Pastor James Ravencraft, of Petal will host YouthMax’17-Failing Forward to Success. The event will be held April 29th, 2017 at 6: PM at Rivers of Life Church 1425 Carterville Rd. Petal, Ms. (Contact office 601-543-6197)

“Through The John Maxwell Team Global Youth Initiative, we have the chance to influence tomorrow’s leaders today,” said Chuck Parish, Certified John Maxwell Team Member. “With John Maxwell, I’ve learned that leadership develops daily, not in a day. Our goal is to spark an intentional and lifelong leadership interest in today’s youth.”

As Certified members take to their communities to make a difference, events will be happening all around the world! Be sure to check youthmax.com to find the information about the event happening in Petal!

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