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10 Days To Go

Hey my friends, it's countdown time - only 10 more days until the earlybird cut off date for Real!
Yep it costs £20 to come, so long as you book by 17th May.

So far we have 121 women booked in - plus 10 sponsored places, and some places allocated for the Albanian and Polish ladies.
Everywhere I go I carry round the list of names with me- so if you're booked up for Real, you come with me in my car, in my handbag, to work, to the shops, to friends homes, to the coffee shop! You are with me and I am praying for you :)
Really looking forward to seeing that list grow and grow - so come on, book your place! And if you've booked in, why not invite a friend from work, or from the past, or from Facebook - why not invite a sister or neighbour? Why not invite a friend who worships in another Church and see if she'll bring some friends? We are so blessed in Kerith - and we're blessed to be a blessing - so let's pass it on!

Remember we have some generous women in Kerith and they want to bless those women who will struggle to pay for Real, so please don't let the finances be any kind of barrier to you attending. Please let someone know that you'd like some help - your Lifegroup or small group or serving team leader - or come and see me!

BTW Had an amazing time at Colour last weekend- was challenged on so many levels and feel so inspired for Real! Will feedback soon.

Pray for my wonderful husband this Sunday - it's RACE DAY! Yes it's come round and he's doing the Bracknell half marathon - we're all so proud of him! Won't see you at Church in the morning as we'll be cheering him on , so will look forward to hearing Sola at the 7pm.

Off now to take children to Life - we're having a curry at home - love the weekends!

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