News from Thursday, 07 May 2009

Visitors, YWAM team, Kirundi, Genesite and Flame workshops in Buye

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Greetings! I hope this finds you well. This last month has been very full. I hosted the YWAM Belfast DTS outreach team for 2½ weeks – see below. I was also really blessed over Easter to have my dear friend Sheron who lives in Nairobi visit. It was great to catch up and relax together as well as share our visions and compare life in E Africa.

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Alison_28_march_2011_001 Posted by Alison Gill on Fri, 08 May 2009 | Visit Alison Gill's blog

Challenged...

While doing a little research online this morning I stumbled across the blog of Paul Ritchie – a Methodist Pastor in Richill, Co. Armagh – thanks to Jools for the pointer.

Two of Paul’s posts in recent days really struck a chord with me – both essentially about our real commitment to the things we say we believe in. Do we really act on the words of Jesus? What are we prepared to give when it comes to global mission?

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Spike Posted by Colin Corbridge on Fri, 08 May 2009 | Visit Spike Corbridge's blog

What's Next? 'Going Global' Weekends Look To The Future...

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If you’ve been asking yourself what God might want you to do, in terms of your mission involvement at home, or somewhere else, then Going Global might just be for you!

Going Global is an event organised by CMS Ireland to help you consider how to take your engagement in God’s mission to a deeper level. This ‘half-weekend’ is an opportunity for you to explore what, on earth, God might be calling you to.

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Posted by Colin Corbridge on Fri, 08 May 2009

With the Church, through the Church to the Community!

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Thanks to the support of the Department for International Development’s Basic Services Fund (BSF) for Sudan, CMS Ireland is working with the Dioceses of Yei and Lainya to implement the HEART project. HEART stands for Health, Education and Rural Transformation.

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Spens Posted by John and Poppy Spens on Thu, 07 May 2009 | Visit John and Poppy Spens's blog