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Café ministry

by Margaret Duggan

IT WAS a New Wine conference that challenged Graham and Glenda Carter to rethink their lives. Mr Carter had been in catering all his life, and had a successful business. They were sincere Christians, and their children were grown up. Attending a second New Wine event decided them.

Mr Carter sold his business, and they took a lease on a small café at the opposite end of their parish in Harrogate (Ripon & Leeds diocese). They opened last October, and ...

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