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Real Talks now on the Kerith Website

Great news: The Real Talks are all here on the Kerith website
So whether you missed Real and want to hear the talks for the first time, or whether (like me) you heard them all but want to revisit some of the ideas you felt God was speaking to you about, they are all well worth a listen!
Rachel's powerpoints with scriptures are available too.
I don't know how you process things, but I would really encourage you to take some time reflecting and asking God what He was saying to you during Real. For me, that usually means looking back over my notes and perhaps picking out a few key thougts, illustrations and scriptuires from each Talk I heard. God is amazing and he is working in each of us as individuals, so he will give us what we need. In a room of over 300 women, there will be lots of different "moves" for us to now take - exciting! 

Over the next few days I'll blog about the chess pieces ("it's your move") and their possible prophetic interpretation (thank you Mary for your notes!)

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