News from March 2010

Calling all members...CMS Ireland Annual General Meeting

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The CMS Ireland Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday 24th April 2010 in the Emmaus Centre, Swords, Dublin at 3.30pm (with tea and coffee available from 3.00pm). Existing members of the Society will have received an invitation and information pack in the post. Please join with us as we celebrate God’s blessings in the year past, and look forward to His plan for the year ahead.

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Posted by Sarah Caughey on Tue, 30 Mar 2010 | 0 comments

CMS Ireland AGM - Accounts

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The CMS Ireland Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday 24th April 2010 in the Emmaus Centre, Swords, Dublin at 3.30pm (with tea and coffee available from 3.00pm). As required by our company documents, the Society’s accounts are available for inspection. Click here for more details…

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Posted by Sarah Caughey on Tue, 30 Mar 2010

Making an impact....

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Impact is a special celebration event taking place on Saturday 24th April 2010 at 7pm in the Emmaus Centre, Swords, Dublin. Friends and supporters, volunteers and members, staff and the Board of Trustees will gather together to rejoice in how God has been at work in the hearts and lives across the nations in the past year, and look towards the year ahead.

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Posted by Sarah Caughey on Tue, 30 Mar 2010

Horn Please!

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Trucks here are painted very brightly with all sorts of pictures. Sometimes the cab is highly decorated like a Christmas tree with drivers peering through the tinsel. On the back of trucks and buses, there is usually a message to remind drivers coming up the rear to toot their horns to allert the driver to their presence – rear mirrors are a fixture to tie your tinsel to rather than a device to see behind you.

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35580008 Posted by Mark Gill on Thu, 25 Mar 2010 | Visit Mark and Ali Gill's blog

CMS Ireland YOUTH: Sunday School Training in Kilkenny

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CMS Ireland Youth & Children’s Coordinator Julie Currie travelled to Kilkenny at the beginning of March to lead a ‘Hands On’ Sunday School training day for leaders in the Diocese of Cashel and Ossory…click here to read more.

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Posted by Sarah Caughey on Wed, 24 Mar 2010

2010 so far…

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We share with you a few snippets and updates of life in Kiwoko since the start of the year, and some events coming up in the months ahead…

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Mpkenandjudith Posted by Ken & Judith Finch on Tue, 23 Mar 2010 | 0 comments | Visit Ken and Judith Finch's blog

New Life / Nieuw Leven

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Life is very vulnerable, we are completely dependant on our Creator, everywhere, it’s just more obvious here it seems…

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Den_breejen_2011 Posted by Aart and Geesje den Breejen on Fri, 19 Mar 2010 | 0 comments | Visit Aart and Geesje den Breejen's blog

Why, why?

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At the airport we settled in the cafe, which is a bit of a shack outside under the grove of tropical trees, serving tea, coffee, noodles and biscuits…

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35580008 Posted by Mark Gill on Fri, 19 Mar 2010 | 2 comments | Visit Mark and Ali Gill's blog

Caring for the environment in Burundi

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The Anglican Church of Burundi shares with us about the challenges the country faces in caring for and restoring their environment. The Archbishop, the Most Rev. Bernard Ntahoturi, refers to the mandate from God to care for the whole of creation and that failure to do so affects not just the physical but also the human and social environment.

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Posted by Sarah Caughey on Tue, 16 Mar 2010

It's a long way to Dadeldhura...it's a long way to go...

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So off we went into the hills through the Sal hardwood forests climbing up to 8000 feet through the pine and rhododendron, the sunset was very nice with rays piercing through the mist and heat haze over the seemingly endless lines of Himalayan ridges…

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35580008 Posted by Mark Gill on Mon, 15 Mar 2010 | 5 comments | Visit Mark and Ali Gill's blog