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Believe in the One


Well I hardly know where to start as there's so much to say and to celebrate about what God did in and through us last weekend at REAL! It was such a great time - fabulous worship, amazing teaching, an open atmosphere, hungry and responsive women; and a gracious, loving God blessing us and meeting with us. 

Right from the first song we proclaimed together "I believe" and in that moment felt that we drew a line in the sand, choosing to believe God is who he says He is; choosing to believe Jesus, not just believe in Him; and choosing to trust Him.

So much to say...but I don't need to say it all now. Instead I'll leave you with a few images. Let them trigger your memory and remind you of what God said and how you were impacted. Make a plan to look through your conference notes - or to write some reflections now - and then to meet up with another woman or two to share and pray and stir up faith in each other.

Thank you to everyone who created the experience that was REAL last weekend - whether serving , contributing or receiving as a delegate, we experienced it together. God is good. 








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