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REAL #Courage





A huge THANK YOU to everyone who came to REAL , and to everyone who served
and worked so very hard, using their creative gifts to bless us all!
Above all, I'm
grateful to God for all His blessings at REAL. He was so present, and so loving
- speaking to each one of us, drawing us towards Him.  He is so
good!  We prayed, we worshipped, we laughed, we cried, we hugged, we
danced, we pushed through and moved forwards in courage. We leant in and opened
our hearts. So many of us were brave and courageous.
 
 




Weren't we blessed by
the teaching? It was my privilege to "lay the table" preaching about
courage, and wow, how God spoke to us through both Heather and Priscilla's
words. I was so proud of "our own" Heather, as she shared her heart
with such power and vulnerability - what a challenging preach! Priscilla Reid
was wonderful wasn't she? So kind, natural, funny and wise. How God worked
through her prophetically! We have made a new and good friend in Priscilla,
that's for sure. 
 Podcasts will be
ready soon so that we can all listen again.


God bless you this
week - God is good - keep on being courageous!




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