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Nightmare tale from a teenage runaway

LorenBrownWeb2007: A tale of nightmares, abortion, divorce and suicide mix with stories from the Swinging Sixties and the French Foreign Legion at New Hope Christian Centre in Lakenham, Norwich on Saturday June 23.
You have the chance to hear the story of a young Loren Brown (pictured right) where she takes you from her teenage years in the Swinging Sixties, a runaway at 13, expelled by 14, a night locked up in the West End Central Police Station at 15, a hideous illegal abortion by 16, chased by Interpol through Europe’s many cities, until life fell apart by the age of 25 and facing her first divorce and suicide. 
Follow part of Loren’s journey through to an incredible spiritual intervention which changes the rest of her life. 
“Can we find insight here as to why a single person can cause the total destruction of many in a single moment of madness?,” asks New hope pastor Duane Elkins.
GaryMooreCloseWebYou will also get the chance to meet Gary Moore (picturedf right), an ex-Foreign Legionnaire who has his own take on ‘life’s rich tapestry.’ And there will be a glimpse into Dr. Rawling’s world as a cardiologist with a DVD docu/drama that attempts to answer many questions about life, death and beyond.
The invitation is to join church members for coffee and cake from 3pm at the New Hope Christian Centre, on Martineau Lane, Lakenham, Norwich. More details on 01603 617905.


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