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‘THE thief comes only to kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.’

These words are John 10: 10 and have been one of the key verses from that chapter during the sheep-themed holiday Anne has been leading at Lee Abbey this week.

The wonderful but remote coastal setting in north Devon has meant it has been difficult to keep in touch by modern technology but with the holiday now at an end, we have just heard from Anne on a crackly and slightly intermittent phone line, writes Richard, back in the Leamington office.

It has clearly been a remarkable week and Anne says it was such a privilege to have been there to see healing, renewed hope and Jesus rescuing people from difficult places.

And that’s why that verse above resonated – that Jesus is the light of the world and will come into our darkness and rescue us.

Anne said they really saw the Holy Spirit transform lives and with her Well colleagues were doing prayer appointments almost non-stop.

So it has clearly been a busy but a very special time in a very special setting, where they have been briefly part of the remarkable Lee Abbey community.

Now it’s time to head back to the Midlands and back to another busy week coming up at The Well.

First up is Streams in the Desert on Monday evening back at St Paul’s in Leamington, then it’s prayer ministry at The Pump Rooms, soaking prayer on Wednesday afternoon and then on Saturday, February 9, our Pathway Through Fear and Anxiety day… busy, yes, but that means many more chances for people to encounter God!

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