...the harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few
After our ministers week of prayer it was good to begin the New Year with a gospel mission in the town of Rathfriland. The High School was kindly made available to us and after a week of outreach, the meetings began on Sunday 20th January and ran for two weeks.

The meetings were very well attended. We were greatly encouraged by the support of God’s people from that area night by night. During the course of the mission a number of unsaved came in to hear the Word of God. The mission was a real blessing, and we trust the Lord will bless His Word even yet to the salvation of souls.

After the Rathfriland mission it was off to the village of Killylea which lies on the outskirts of the city of Armagh. The local Silver band kindly granted the use of their hall for the mission. With the location of the hall right in the centre of the village it was good to be able to raise our voice and proclaim the message of salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ.

The village and surrounding areas were visited during the outreach work. We are thankful to those men from our Armagh congregation who helped with the outreach in the villages of Tynan and Caledon. The Lord did not disappoint us and during the two week gospel mission there were a number of unsaved in attendance including a Roman Catholic. Again we are deeply appreciative of the support we received from God’s people from the area. The meetings were very well attended night by night as the gospel was presented. We trust that now the voice of man is silent in that area, the Spirit of God will work on in the hearts of the unsaved who heard the way of salvation either on their doorstep or in the mission and bring them to saving faith in Christ.

At the beginning of March we had the privilege of holding a gospel mission in our Tyndale church in the city of Belfast. Many homes were visited with an invitation to the meetings. As we sought to bring the light of the gospel to the people of this area some good contacts were made during the door to door work and opportunity given to tell of the need of Christ as Saviour.
A young man from France whom we met on the outreach work attended the meetings a number of times. May the Lord open his eyes to the truth of the gospel?

We are very grateful to the minister, session and committee of Tyndale FPC for the use of their building and also to the congregation for their support and prayers night by night. The mission was a real blessing to the hearts of God’s people and only eternity will reveal the true results of these meetings.

Thank you once again for all of your support both prayerfully and financially, without it we would not have been able to present the gospel of saving grace to so many people. Thank you for making this possible.
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