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Norfolk Ladies Bible Study welcomes Ruthie Gilbert 

Ruthie Gilbert, the international Christian speaker and co-author of popular book 'Marriage Masala', will be speaking at the next Ladies Zoe Away Day at Dunston Hall on December 10. 

The Zoe Group, a Norwich-based ladies Bible study group, will welcome international speaker and marriage mentor Ruthie Gilbert to its Away Day at Dunston Hall on the outskirts of Norwich, on Tuesday, December 10, 9.30am-4pm.

Ruthie Gilbert, alongside her husband Rod, has over 40 years’ experience in marriage mentoring, mission life-coaching, and education in India, China and the UK.

Ruthie is a qualified early years teacher and crisis counsellor and is a motivational speaker at many women's events. With Rod, Ruthie co-authored the popular book ‘Marriage Masala: 52 Spices for a Healthy Marriage,’ which gives practical inspiration to ‘make good marriages tastier!’  ‘Marriage Masala’ has now been translated into Chinese and another 8 Asian languages.

The couple love hospitality and in the UK own a homestead of 5 small cottages in Kent, called KingsMill, a place of 'wide open spaces' of God's love, for people of all backgrounds. They have 5 children and 12 grandchildren.

Karen Joyce, the Zoe Group coordinator, said: “This is one not to miss with speaker Ruthie Gilbert. Ruthie and her husband Rod are wonderful speakers and people. They have an international ministry and are co-authors of Marriage Masala.”

The Zoe Group meets every Tuesday morning during term time and welcomes all ladies from any church across Norwich and Norfolk. The group also have three away days a year with speakers joining them for teaching, fellowship and lunch together.  
The cost is £29 including a three course lunch. To book contact Karen Joyce on or call 07960 013 029. 

Dunston Hall, Ipswich Rd, Norwich, NR14 8PQ 

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