News from November 2011

The cables are melting...

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People always ask “how is the work going?” That’s difficult to answer but I will try and give you a brief glimpse in this blog.

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Bakers Posted by Paul and Tania Baker on Sun, 27 Nov 2011 | 7 comments | Visit Paul and Tania Baker's blog

Nail Polish

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Denise uncovers some of the highlights of a missionary lady’s day.

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Wilsons_2013 Posted by Rory Wilson on Tue, 22 Nov 2011 | 1 comments | Visit Rory, Denise & Gideon Wilson's blog

‘The Student Life’

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Kiwoko nursing students complete theit final exams this week and Denise reflects on what lies before them.

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Wilsons_2013 Posted by Rory Wilson on Fri, 11 Nov 2011 | 0 comments | Visit Rory, Denise & Gideon Wilson's blog

Celebrating the Life of Sheilagh Jebb

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It is with great sadness that CMS Ireland announces the passing of Sheilagh Jebb, a long serving missionary in every sense of the word. Please join with us in celebrating the life of this remarkable woman of God.

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Posted by Sarah Caughey on Tue, 08 Nov 2011 | 1 comments

International Markets

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The Craft Project at Kiwoko relies on visitors to buy the crafts that our ladies make. But there are some times of the year when not many visitors are coming through. It is at these times that we realise how important it is for us to sell to foreign markets as well. As CMSI marketplace events happen over the next few weeks that people will realise when buying these crafts the dramatic difference they are making in the lives of people like Olivar.

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Bakers Posted by Paul and Tania Baker on Wed, 02 Nov 2011 | 2 comments | Visit Paul and Tania Baker's blog

STEP Report: Emma Dunwoody in Kenya

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“I first became aware of All Saints Cathedral and the work of the UDP through CMS Ireland when, last year, I got in contact with them about the possibility of doing some sort of overseas mission work… It turned out that this really was the planning of God as I had some of the best experiences of my life…” STEP Volunteer Emma Dunwoody reflects on her time in Kenya in Summer 2011…

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Posted by Sarah Caughey on Tue, 01 Nov 2011 | 0 comments