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Real Update

Great news about Real - Our first large group booking from another Church has come in!
Really excited to hear that 12 women are coming up from Ringwood for the conference - I hear that the hotel's been booked and no doubt some of you are already planning what to wear, and what to bring for midnight snacks?! We're delighted that you'll be joining us - and really look forward to meeting you all!
We're now over the 200 mark, and looking forward to the next milestone. Each individual, unique woman is celebrated and prayed for (your list of names is getting longer and longer in my diary!)
If you're not yet booked in, then please do that.
If the money is a barrier to you booking in, then please don't be anxious about that. Have a word with a good friend, share it in your small group and pray about it - let's see if we can meet eachothers needs. Perhaps you are able to pay a portion of the cost? Write your details on a Real registration form (available from Kerith reception) and state whether you can pay anything or if you would like to be considered for sponsorship. Some other women in our community have generously given extra, so that all women are able to come to Real :)
If you have already booked in, then look around you and see who else you can encourage to come. Many women are waiting for someone to ask them - and they will say yes to a personal invitation from a friend.

"Seed your life with purpose, water it with prayer, place it in His light, tend it with care, grow crops of kindness and harvest it for others." C Gambill

Comments

Anonymous said…
Fab lots of people going... when is the cut off date? ..i need to find someone to go with me then i will book
shell cranfield
Catrina Benham said…
Hey Shell, it'll be great to have you - and the cut off date is right up to the Conference, but don't wait till then! So who are you thinking of asking to be your Conference buddy? x
Anonymous said…
Hi thanks for that. To be honest i have not got anyone to ask. May brave it on my own lol
Shell x

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