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So Much to Say!

Oh my word - so much to say and so little time!

Firstly it was a FAB weekend in Church! Adrian Holloway was just brilliant (and I'm not just saying that because he reads this blog :))
Ok is it just me? I'm a little bit cynical , a bit sceptical ...I really do believe that God heals today. I do believe that "the same power that conquers the grave lives in me". What helps me to embrace that, and believe it, and pray for it is great men like Adrian. His calm manner reassured me - no "whipping up the crowds", it was all "normal" and that was just great. Faith rose in our hearts and there was expectancy and belief. God did indeed heal people - and save people and it was wonderful to play even a small part in praying for  the many people who responded on Sunday. He'll be back at the Kerith on 19th December, so prepare to invite your friends again!

Then (trauma) I lost the dog yesterday :(
Thankfully I also got him back, but that 20 minutes of running (in heels) through Lily Hill Park was very traumatic. Ok here's the sad bit - I even cried.
Also, Simon had barely arrived at Heathrow for his flight to Albania, and I'd already lost the dog - it was looking like it was going to be a thoroughly rubbish week!
Thankfully it was ok - I did that typical mum thing and was so relieved to have Nemo back...and yet so cross with him for not coming when I had been calling and was so worried! All's forgiven now though - and he has a new name tag on his collar too...just in case! And today's been a good day with no disasters.

Simon just phoned from Albania, he's having a great time with Andy, Ken and Ann. Catch up with all the news at Ken and Ann's blog . They've had a very good day with Robert and Mira. Simon has no internet connection, so I imagine he's finding that rather challenging!!!

So, lastly, NEWS FLASH.......
.....REAL CONFERENCE EARLYBIRD RATE EXTENDED UNTIL MAY 17TH......
yes we've extended the earlybird period for two weeks. Primarily this is beacause we just don't feel we've told enough women about it yet. It's also because we're women and we can change our minds and that's ok :)
So please come and book into the conference - it's going to be a fantastic time spent together and with God. A chance to have a day of no responsibilites. A chance to perhaps be a bit out of your comfort zone. A chance to do something for yourself.
And if you're all booked in , can you be our voices - can you tell other women in our community and in other Churches all about the conference? There are plenty of invites to use, available at the Kerith reception. We've booked in about 80 women so far, with an additional 8 places being sponsored (thank youxxx). I'd love us to reach the 150 mark by the end of Sunday.

Hey, thanks for reading to the end - be blessed
Love each other as if your life depended on it. Love makes up for practically anything. I Peter 4:8
Amen!
More tomorrow x

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