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Teenage Girls Welcome at Real!

Thank you for praying for Real....wow we're in the final week now, can't wait for Friday!

Sue and I loved meeting lots of women at Kerith on Sunday (did you like the daisies?) 
- really great to see lots more names added to the list! We're now over 300, and believing God for many more to book in this week.
It was so encouraging to hear of people booking friends in; of a teenage son buying a ticket for his mum; of a mum buying a ticket for her daughter.

Is there someone else you could invite, and perhaps pay for?
I'm particularly thinking of the teenage girls.
Do you have a teenage daughter, niece, friend or neighbour? Is there a girl in the Church you could pay for? Or could you pay for a sponsored place?

Teenage girls: if you want to come,and are planning to pay for yourself and you don't have the finances, then please come and see Debbie at reception, me or Sue and we will offer you a special discount rate of "whatever you can afford!!" We just really want you to be there.

Thank you fall or praying...it works!
Let's keep going this week.

My friend Karen write me a really encouraging email with thoughts and prayers for Real.
Would you join us today in praying Karen's prayer for Real?
"Today I am praying that in this last week there will be incredible harmony and peace for you and all your team.  I am praying for strength, both spiritual and physical, for you, Liz and Rachel and I am praying that the Holy Spirit will move in the lives of all the women thinking about coming and encourage them to register.  I am praying that right up to the moment the doors close on Saturday night we will keep Jesus at the centre of everything. Amen"

Specifically today:
Please pray for our Albanian friends, Donika, Rudina and Ilir, who all have important visa application appointments today. They had initially been refused visas to travel to the UK for the Real Conference, so have submitted more paperwork and will find out today if they are successful - please pray t5hat they will still be able to come and join us!

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