On Wednesday 5th December at 11am UK time / 2pm Kenya and Uganda time; we will be holding a live seminar on Facebook.
In the past we have held Information Seminars in Churches with the purpose of explaining about our various ministries and how we can partner with local people to bring the Gospel to boys and girls. We share about our materials, our training and what is available.
Now we are taking this same seminar live to Facebook so that more people can find out about the ministry. This seminar is primarily for those in Kenya and Uganda who have a desire to see children won for the Lord. The seminar will only last a short time and there will be opportunities for participants to ask questions. It should be possible to view the video later if you aren't able to join us live.
We have a page on Facebook www.facebook.com/feedmylambs.org.uk/ which we hope you will "like". However, to join in with the seminar, please follow the link below to view the group... Feed my Lambs Children's Ministry - Information Seminar... and then click on the blue "join group" button and we will approve you.
Places are limited and priority will be given to those in Kenya and Uganda..but if you are interested please request to join.
The link to the group is www.facebook.com/groups/1210463712436994/
We look forward to having you join us.
9 months of silence here on the blog...it wasn't planned and we are sorry if you missed us. Perhaps you think nothing was happening...in fact, it has been quite the opposite and time has just ran away from us.
A short time after our last post, William tore ligaments in his foot which left him off work completely for 9 weeks and then eased in gently after that. It landed us in a completely different routine for a while.
However, meetings continued and we have been so excited to be able to share in so many different venues across the country; with both adults and children; sharing about the ministry of Feed my Lambs.
August was busy with a Holiday Bible Club, 5 Day Clubs in 3 different areas and a missionary convention.
Some new materials have been developed; online tuition has continued and some changes and indeed expansion within the ministry will be happening over the next few months as we take on another full time worker!
On top of all of that it was exciting to make two trips to Africa this year. The first was challenging (not least because William needed a wheelchair to get through the airport) as difficult decisions had to be made; but God guided, revealed some previously unknowns to us and gave us peace. The second trip was very encouraging and we saw things move on as they should.
Feed my Lambs is very much active and children are hearing the Gospel...keep praying for their salvation.
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regular updates and thoughts from Northern Ireland and Africa...