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Listen Again

What a rich and blessed day in church yesterday! The 10:10 preachers were so good. It was exciting to see each one speaking and sharing what God had put on their heart for us. We heard Truth, challenge and encouragement in abundance. 
All the messages will soon be available on the Kerith media page as podcasts. Simon wrote a great post recently with instructions on how to get those messages onto phones and ipods etc, so take a look!I know that I prefer to listen to sermons again either whilst I'm cooking, or when I am on journeys, so it's great to be able to have podcasts downloaded to my phone.Take a look at the Kerith Worship page for some recommendations of worship Cd's too.

What podcasts do you listen to?
I really like listening to Coffee with Chris Caine  Hillsong Sisterhood and  Abundant Life Church. I also love the Desert Island Discs podcast because I love to hear people tell their stories, and this last week Bear Grylls was on - well worth a listen. 
I also follow the Leading and Loving It Blog, and found these amazing interviews and messages from women around the world, from their "JustONE" virtual conference.

Before we leave this subject, I've recently learnt how to compile a playlist of all my songs, and so now have a whole lot of Christmas songs all in one place :)
My teenagers despair of how slow I am, but it's really worth learning some new techy things! 

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