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Rachel Hickson at Real 2011

If you were with us at Kerith today you'll have already heard the great news that Rachel Hickson will be one of our speakers at Real 2011!

Rachel leads Heartcry For Change Ministries  Part of their vision is "Delivering a message of hope to women across the nations and cultures to help them arise with a new confidence so that they can be equipped and ready to fulfil their destiny and execute their kingdom purpose".Rachel has an international speaking and prophetic ministry. She will really enrich all that we are planning to bring you at Real. As Kumbi said this morning "You will be changed"
We had the privilege of having Rachel speak and getting to know her in Bracknell last June. She spoke at each meeting on 6th June. I was away at a conference in the morning, but hurried home so that I would hear Rachel in the evening. I'm so glad I hurried! Rachel spoke a fantastic message about contentment (and being discontent) entitled "I have a secret". It was a wonderful message for us- memorable, practical, prophetic. We had problems recording it that night, but I've found a copy of her giving this talk in another Church so you can listen to it (Talk 100516)  here.

You can book online for Real 2011 through www.kerith.co.uk   You can also pay in person and book in  at the Kerith reception on Sundays and throughout the week. Don't miss this opportunity..you're going to want to be there. So plan, prepare and get yourself booked in - Real is for YOU! x

Comments

Geoffrey Moore said…
66.Few people are aware that Rachel Hickson’s purported life-saving miracle after a car crash in Zimbabwe was exposed as a fraud over a decade ago by a young man in Norway:
http://web.archive.org/web/20010604011639/http://home.online.no/~andrla/hicksons.html

Despite claiming to have experienced a miraculous healing IN A HOSPITAL Rachel Hickson cannot provide any medical records to substantiate her story. How convenient! Incidentally at the time of the car crash she was working for Reinhard Bonnke – there’s a bit of a clue there!

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