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Magnanimous

‎'Magnanimous' - the new Kerith Worship CD shipped off to be printed yesterday! Sounding amazing - pick up your free copy at REAL 2011 or Kerith Community Church on 3rd July.
Well done to Helen and Dave Cottee, and the whole team - can't wait to hear it...and to see it in the women's hands at Real!
Helen Cottee



Praying for Real   21.06.11
Please pray for the Conference Speakers
"Faith is willingness to look foolish. For fear of looking foolish many have missed their biggest moments."
Pray that we as speakers (myself, Rachel and Liz) would be bold in following the Holy Spirit’s promptings – we don’t want to miss the moments!


Pray for our preparations; for our delivery; and for our health. Please pray protection. Pray for Rachel as she is ministering in the US right now, and flies into the UK on the Friday that Real starts!


 Please also pray for
Numbers…more please!
Worship Band and Tech team…as they practice the Opener and all the worship sets and performance items
Much love
Catrina  x


Thank you for your prayers and encouragement yesterday
This verse was sent in by Karen as an encouragement for us to keep Jesus at the centre of all we do
Jude 1:20 (The Message)
But you, dear friends, carefully build yourselves up in this most holy faith by praying in the Holy Spirit, staying right at the centre of God's love, keeping your arms open and outstretched, ready for the mercy of our Master, Jesus Christ. This is the unending life, the real life!

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