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You’ve made a great decision to get our ebook. Thank you. It’s a great little read and we’re pretty sure you’re going to get lots out of it.

Now check your inbox (and spam folder) for the email in which you’ll find the link to your guide.

The guide was written by Katharine Gray – who set up Heavenly Partners – the UK’s largest OFF line Christian introduction agency – in 1999. One of the primary aims of Heavenly Partners is to help as many single Christians as we can meet each other in whatever way is most effective for them. That’s why we offer this report to you as totally free in the hope it’ll help you in your journey.

In the report you’ll read that one effective way to meet single Christians is to be introduced to them by friends, family or another third party. Heavenly Partners acts as this third party for many single Christians  – we literally have loads of single Christians of  all ages, types, backgrounds and professions who are part of our group.

If you’d like to know whether we have single Christians in this group who’d be the sort of people you might be interested in getting to know then please give us a little more information about yourself and we’ll get in touch with you again to give you this information.

Complete the information below.

Thank you – we’ll be in touch very shortly by telephone if you’ve given us your number and also by email. Please check your spam email folder if you haven’t immediately received an email from us as we have just sent you one.

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(Lesley, Specialist)

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“Dear Katharine, Thank you for revising my profile, it’s as I want it now!  It was good to have a conversation last night. You are very encouraging, for what is […]

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