...the harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few
Over the past few months we have been continuing our work of evangelism throughout our province. In the month of May we had opportunity to do some door to door work for our Limavady and John Knox congregations. During this time of visitation we had many opportunities to bring the gospel to the hearts of the people. We pray that the Lord will bless the sowing of the seed to the salvation of souls.

At the end of May we commenced a two week gospel mission in a little hall outside Annalong. This mission was a blessing to all who attended. It was encouraging to see unsaved people from the local community coming along to listen to the Gospel of Christ. Although we saw no outward signs of conversion, we leave the matter in the hands of Him who is “working salvation in the midst of the earth”. (Psalm 74v12)

Under our Armagh church, we commenced a Children’s Holiday Bible Club in Killylea, Co Armagh. These meetings were held in the local primary school. The club was very well attended with around 65 children coming along to listen to Bible stories of Christ. These meetings were a real blessing and we trust that the Lord will bless the Word spoken to the salvation of their souls.

At the end of June the Rev Ian Kenny and I conducted a week of gospel meetings in the town of Dromore. These meetings were well attended and we trust that the seed sown will bring forth fruit in the days ahead.

During the month of June we had the opportunity of speaking at number of children’s day services in our churches. Also over the summer we’ve been invited to conduct Holiday Bible Clubs for some of our congregations. We look forward to presenting the gospel to the children throughout our province. Please pray that the Lord will bless His Word to the salvation of the boys and girls.

Thanking you for your prayerful support.
Yours in Christ,
Noel and Joan.

Nepal is a land of towering mountains and breathtaking beauty. It contains eight of the top ten highest mountain peaks, including Mt Everest. However, it is in the list of the 30 poorest countries in the world where it ranks 18th.

I had the privilege of visiting this beautiful and mysterious country in April. I was invited to speak at the Annual Bible Conference. Each day commenced with devotions followed by three preaching sessions, which began at 10am. Each day concluded with further devotions in the evening conducted by local pastors. During the week I spoke on the subject of the “Christian armour” stressing not only the importance of each piece of the armour but the need to put them on. Despite speaking through an interpreter the people listened attentively showing great appreciation for the word of God.

On the Tuesday evening I had the privilege of taking part in the ordination of three men to the gospel ministry. Please pray for them as they go back to their villages to reach the lost. On the Wednesday evening there was a graduation service at which 12 men graduated from the Bible School.

I also visited the orphanage that Rev. Paul Thapa and his wife Mandira opened in 2003. The number of orphans increasing over the years, they have now outgrown their present facilities. A new building is near completion, which is about a 3-minute walk away. The children are well cared for and have a great interest in the things of God. It was a delight to see them sitting through three 2-hour meetings at the conference each day and taking notes. Click here to see more photos. 

Kathmandu is a sprawling city with a population of over 25 million people. I had the privilege of visiting a new established congregation who meet on the edge of the city. They presently meet in a tin building and the pastor, his wife and family live in a small tin extension about 10 feet by 5 feet. While the people have little of this world’s goods, the joy of the Lord is evident in their lives and in their conversation.

I trust you will continue to pray for this and the many other congregations scattered across this land of hills and valleys. Please remember also the Rev. Paul Thapa as he pioneers this works and also carries the burden of the outreach radio ministry.
Our annual week of VBS finished last Friday, July 6th. After the record turn-out last year (350-400 children) when the team from Ballymena FPC was here, we realised we were going to have to actively limit the numbers this year since we had fewer helpers. So we gave out fewer invitations and asked the children to come on the Saturday before VBS to register and get an ID card. We ended up with 121 children registered and about 105 attending each day, which was very manageable.

It was encouraging again to see most of the children giving good attention to the lessons, including some older teenagers who come every year just for VBS. Pray that these older kids especially would soon be saved and would be kept by God’s grace from the temptations that they face daily. We believe that a few of them perhaps are saved and would value your prayers that they will grow in grace and even that they would come to our youth Sunday School class.

We appreciate your help in prayer and the help of several young people from the Paynesville congregation who came along each day. A special thanks goes to Matthew Graham from Mourne FPC in Kilkeel, Northern Ireland, who came over to Liberia for two weeks specifically to help with VBS. Click here for more photos

Keep me in prayer as I leave Liberia on 11th July for 7 months of furlough. I will be doing deputation in the USA and Canada this summer and then moving on to Northern Ireland later in the year DV. Also, please pray for Mr. DiCanio and others who will be carrying on with the work here in my absence.
The July 2018 edition of Missionary Vision is available in the gallery section. This edition includes reports from all of our home missionaries together with a report from REv Park and Rev Brown following their visit to uganda to take part in the Pastor's Conference. 

Click Here to view the magazine.
At the end of June we had a short holiday break over in England. The village we stayed at was in the heart of the north Yorkshire countryside. Although it was a small out-of-the-way place there was however, a little primary school in the village. The Lord laid it upon my heart to go and contact the school to see if they would be willing to allow me to conduct an assembly.

So with a promise from 2nd Samuel 22v45, “...strangers shall submit themselves unto me…” I approached the head teacher the following Monday morning. The Lord graciously intervened and despite a busy end of term schedule, I was invited along to conduct an assembly on the Thursday afternoon. What a privilege it was to bring the message of the Gospel to these children. We were also able to get various bookmarks and pencils from a Bible book shop in Kendal to present to all the children in attendance.

Our intention is to keep in contact with the school and to send them further Gospel literature that is child friendly. Do please pray for these children and the teaching staff who were all very accommodating towards us and most appreciative of the visit.
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