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Willow afternoon

Well this conference is truly incredible - God-breathed messages brought by outstanding speakers - 7 today so its full on but its great!
So already today we have heard about Christianity in China, Passion and Hope, Never giving up, How to cope when leaders fall Bill Hybel's 4 C's competence character chemistry and culture.
Plan to come to the GLS in Bracknell in October - you will be inspired and challenged - I guarantee you will grow as a leader - in church work and family.
Now for family stuff - our kids are having a fantastic time at Rocknations - no injuries yet but a lost retainer already!assured an anxious daughter we are not cross with her - well I'm not!!!
Have just had a wonderful time during break time as I went to find Shauna N to ask her to sign my copy of her new book "Bittersweet" - can't wait to start reading it, and she is really lovely. I am a bit of a fan - tried not to seem like a stalker!
Just to complete the "fan experience" I also chatted to Lynne Hybels :):):)
One more speaker today then for some food and time to chat with the team
God is good x

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