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Come and meet us at our women’s conference on 6 June 2015 at Christ Church, Woking. Our theme this year is You matter more than you think and we’ll be joined by Jennifer Rees Larcombe, Amy Boucher Pye, Catherine Butcher, Sharon Eason, Ali Herbert, Sue Mills and Melinda Wells. For full details and to book your place visit www.brfonline.org.uk/youmattermore or call 01865 319700. We’d love to see you there.

Paul Tonks was overjoyed when his wife was healed, but then started to have difficulties of his own

We are bombarded by requests to give financially. Fiona Mearns from UK charity Stewardship offers some advice

Katharine Welby-Roberts, daughter of the Archbishop of Canterbury, talks to Ali Herbert about coping with mental health issues

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