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The Days and Weeks are Flying By!

I always get a bit fuzzy around the end of the month, and not great at looking ahead and turning the diary pages. So its quite a shock to realise that its May 1st this Wednesday!
May still seems so very far away!

So I guess its about time that I looked ahead and calculated how many weeks and days we have until REAL on 12/13 July!
We are planning, preparing and praying for Kerith's women's conference - so that in every session, and in all your time spent with us, you are blessed, encouraged and challenged by God - and you experience His love for you!

This week I've been
Sampling possible food treats that we will serve to you (its a tough job...!)
plus also writing letters of invitation to lots of other local Churches.
I've been communicating with Kim and Abs, the other speakers
and I've talked about tech sheets, timings, surprises, stories, drama, worship, creative openers...all different aspects of REAL.
Of course, nothing would actually happen if I was doing it all on my own!
We have a great team of fantastic people - gifted, generous and totally committed to you ladies, and to REAL - I'm so grateful to work in such an amazing Kerith team!

One new thing we are planning is a Shopping area.
Yes ladies, we are going to have an opportunity to browse and shop at REAL this year!
There will be affordable home crafted items, to resource and bless you, or perhaps bless others as gifts.
We're excited about making this another lovely aspect of REAL.

For all you creative women, whilst you are at the conference, perhaps you'd also like to have a table (or share one with a friend) selling your own home craft goods?
If that's something you'd be interested in , and you'd like some more information, then please contact Lorraine Hart, who is coordinating the shopping area.

Two final requests
- please sign up and commit to being with us at REAL
- please pray for us - and for all the preparations - that we'd be lead by the Holy Spirit to communicate God's heart for us all, over our time together in July ( oh yes, and its 10 weeks, 4 days away!)

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