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Simon Writes About REAL2012


As you know, my husband is going to (legitimately) be part of REAL this year, as he is speaking during one of the Saturday sessions. It's going to be great to have him , and I know that he has a powerful message for us!
He has written a brilliant post about REAL 2012 here
...for those of you who know that you're coming, but you haven't got round yet to booking a place, what are you waiting for? Book in today, and invite a friend along too!
Please come and talk to me or Sue Ranger if the finances are a struggle or a stretch for you.
As Simon says, we don't want finances to hold you back from attending REAL.
Perhaps you paid way back last July, or God has blessed you with some finances that you could use  in turn to bless other women. If that's you, remember we are also looking for women to sponsor other women, in particular the wonderful single mums in Kerith. You can sponsor another woman online or in person - why not come and see us at Kerith reception between services on a Sunday? 
Lastly, teenagers have a special half price discount (not available online - please see Sue Ranger in person at LIFE or via Kerith reception).
Whatever age you are, whatever stage of life, whatever your circumstances,please don't let the finances stand in the way of you being blessed! As Lee said on Sunday, "we're family!"

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