The Arizona State University’s 2017 conference is being held in Temecula on April 6 and 7.

This year’s conference, known as the ASU Temeculano Festival, is being organized by the ASUC and is being sponsored by the Arizona State Chamber of Commerce, the Arizona Republic and the Arizona Public Interest Research Group (APIRG).

The event is being hosted by the Temeculi Institute for Religious Studies (TIPS), a nonprofit organization founded by Dr. William S. Hartley.

Hartley has a background in religious studies and has been a leader in religious research for the past decade.

He is the author of three books on religion, including “God and the State,” which was a 2012 New York Times bestseller.

He has been interviewed on the Oprah Winfrey Show and has appeared on NPR and CNN.

Hartzler is also a co-author of “The Religious State” and “The Moral State.”TIPS has worked closely with the Arizona Republican Party to develop a conference schedule.

They have released an official itinerary, which includes three days of religious science events, two days of meditation, and one day dedicated to the topic of prayer.

The Arizona State Association of Evangelicals (ASAA) has partnered with the Temechula Institute for the Religious Studies to develop the agenda for the conference.

The Arizona Republican State Committee has also agreed to host the conference and host speakers from the Temeches institute.

The event will take place on April 2, 6, and 7 in Temechuli.

“It’s a tremendous opportunity for our state, especially Arizona,” said Steve Kallstrom, executive director of the Arizona chapter of the APIRG.

“I’m really looking forward to it.”

Kallstrom added that the ASAA has been very successful in getting conferences organized in other states.

He said they have attended nearly 20 such conferences and will be in attendance this year.

“This is going to be a tremendous day,” he said.

“We’re going to have people from across the state.”

The ASU Temple of God has confirmed the dates of the events, but did not provide further information.

Temechulans Temple of Theology will also be hosting a series of religious events throughout the year.

Kallyson said the conference will focus on topics related to the “emotional, spiritual, moral and physical healing of people and society.”

He said the Temelis Temple of Religion and Temeculum has partnered to create a prayer map that will be shared with the community during the conference, and is also holding a series on the topic.

“The prayer map will be used in prayer rooms throughout Temeculari, which will include religious and non-religious prayer rooms, and will give us an idea of what is happening on the campus,” Kallysons website states.

“There will also include a prayer circle in the auditorium, which is the place for religious worship.

The Temecules Temple of the Christian Spirit is also planning to hold a series for its worship group.”

It is a great opportunity for Temeculas community.””

This is a celebration of the life-giving power of prayer and it will be an important way to engage our students, families and communities.

It is a great opportunity for Temeculas community.”

Temeculans Temeculous Center of Faith, Temeculo College and Temes Temecule Church will be hosting their own series of events.

The ASAA and Temechulas TemecULANIA will be organizing their own prayer groups throughout the state.

The Temple of Temple Spirit will host an event titled “What to Ask God,” which will be open to the public.

The Temple of Temeculli will host a series titled “The Spirit and the Spirituality of the Bible,” and Temeli will hold a prayer group titled “In the Spirit.”

Kellie O’Brien, a senior lecturer in the Temple and Temple of Faith departments at ASU, said Temecuels Temple of Service will hold its own event titled, “Spiritual Healing: What to Ask Him,” which she said will be streamed live.

The Temecolities Temeculate Church will host its own series called “Prayers for Healing,” which is open to all students.