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Lugbarati lesssons & Lightening Strike


What an experience! The whole house lit up with an almighty bang and then darkness.

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Casting off with the Mothers' Union


Denise Wilson updates us on the activities at the Mothers’ Union meetings at St John’s, Kiwoko.

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Leadership and development


Tony writes about malaria, life and death in Arua.

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Changing Times Highlights (Part 2)


In the second of our series of highlights from CMSI’s main 200th Anniversary celebrations, we reflect on the arrival of 27 delegates from our Global Partners and we remember a special couple of days with them in Lorne House, Cultra.

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Changing Times Highlights (Part 1)


Over the coming weeks, we’ll share highlights from the various events in May that provided the main focus for our 200th Anniversary celebrations. In this first post, we remember the Big 200 Challenge, which saw 86 people walking, running and raising funds to help bring our global guests to Ireland.

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Belfast Birthday party and 'thank you' event


On Tuesday, CMS Ireland held its annual ‘thank you’ event for its volunteers in Belfast. The event took the form of a 200th birthday party for CMS Ireland, complete with cakes and ‘pass the parcel’.

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Prayer diary: Wednesday, 30 July 2014

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NEPAL: Human Development Community Services
The Community Based Rehabilitation Programme in Rukum recently organised a two-day free eye camp with Rapti Eye Hospital in Dang district. Over 600 people came, 500 received treatment, and 105 people underwent successful surgeries. Praise God for being able to provide for His people in rural Nepal.