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I'm in Cambridge today for the C3 Breathe conference, run by my friend Angie Campbell and her team. I'm looking forward to attending a women's conference, with no responsibilities today! It will be fun to meet new people, connect with those I already know, worship and hear great teaching. I know I'll hear some God whispers today, both for me personally and for us at Kerith and REAL, so I'm really excited about that, and looking forward to how the day unfolds.

Thanks so much to everyone who has sent us their feedback from REAL2013.

We really appreciate you taking the time, and we especially love to hear the stories of what God said to you, what you experienced and has changed in your life since REAL . So if you haven't yet told us, why not take a look at your notes again, or perhaps listen again to the Talks, or get together with a friend to talk and remind eachother, then please follow this link for the feedback survey - we'd love to hear from you!

You can find all the REAL talks on the Kerith website - enjoy listening to them again - this time you'll experience them in rather different circumstances and temperatures! Snuggled in your cosy jumper, with the heating on and a cup of coffee maybe? I'd love to know where you "listen again" - where are you, and what are you doing...running..preparing food...driving...?


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