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We thought it would be good to share with you a timeline of Neighbourhood Prayer Networks work.

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2019
Tuesday
2-Apr

Rebekah unveils the Title of Her new book, in an exclusive interview on Premier Christian Radio
With John Pantry and Craig Wakelin

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2019
Sunday
31-Mar

Carl sharing about the work of Neighbourhood Prayer Network on BBC Radio Kent

Carl also shared about Neighbourhood Prayer Network on BBC Radio Jersey & Guernsey

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2019
Tuesday
26-Mar

Live on UCB 1 with Paul Hammond and then UCB 2 with Ruth O'Reilly-Smith

Carl sharing about NPN on UCB 1 and then 'My Story' testimony on UCB 2.

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UCB 1

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UCB 2

2019
Sunday 24-Mar

Live on BBC Northamptonshire interview with Martin Heath

Carl shares about the work of Neighbourhood Prayer Network

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2019 
Saturday
23-Mar

Transworld Radio Interview with James Maidment-Fullard

Carl Chats with James about Brexit and how to pray, as well as how to impact communities with Prayer.

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2012

The Official Launch of Neighbourhood Prayer Network happened at the National Day of Prayer and Worship at Wembley Stadium on the 29th September 2012

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2011

A Soft Launch of the vision of NPN is shared to 200 Pastors through the Order of St. Leonard Conference in Renewal Christian Centre

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2010

Carl & Rebekah get married. 

Carl develops the first NPN website, including mapping and Registration process.

Rebekah starts to conceive and write NPN's first Book, Neighbours Transform your Street

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Book

2009

Rebekah meets with Carl (At the time the Ministry Director of UCB), to see if UCB would take the project on.  Carl turned it down, but said he would help Rebekah get it started.  The conversation continued and these two single Christians fell in love in the process.

 

2008

Rebekah (having since become a Christian), starts to put together a vision, initially called Neighbourhood Prayer Watch.

 

1985

Rebekah (aged 9) sees the isolation and general need on the street she lived on and hopes something could be done.