...the harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few
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BCFC NYAPORO CHILDREN’S 5 DAY CLUB
Even though it was the school holidays some local primary schools had decided to keep open. Knowing this I came to the church for the 5 Day Club wondering if we would have any children at all? On the first day we had 60 children in attendance. O how I rejoiced! By the end of the week we had 85 children on the register. Some were new children to us and others were our normal attendees.

At the end of the week 48 children quoted our Memory Verses from Psalm 27:1-3,5. Some said all the verses and others could only manage one verse without any mistakes. Rejoice with me in the verses the children have memorised and the lessons they have learned. Photo Gallery Link

This is a Report from Gillian Gillespie – Missionary to Kenya 1995-2016
MISSION NEWS - MAY 2014
THANKS FROM NOREEN MCAFEE
Noreen says she has really enjoyed the prayerful and practical support as well as the fellowship of God’s people in the 50 meetings she has conducted in Northern Ireland and Scotland to date. As well as deputation meetings for her work in Kenya, she was delighted to share in a number of Sunday School, Youth Fellowship, Ladies’ and Seniors’ Meetings.

Noreen praises God for specific answers to prayer in recent weeks. Seven new nursery teachers have been recruited for this second school term, Rev & Mrs Malcolm Patterson got their Visa renewed and the Lord has been pleased to send much needed rainfall in the Kapenguria area.

Noreen wants to thank the boys and girls of Ardaragh FPC Sunday School for their excellent ‘Smarties Appeal’ which raised £240 for the ‘Maize and Beans Fund’ for the Christian Academy.
NOREEN MCAFEE - MAY 2014
MISSIONARY VISION MAGAZINE ADDED TO GALLERY
The May Edition of Missionary Vision is available in the gallery section. This edition includes a general Mission Board update, articles on a recent visit to Spain, details of the new Projects and an article on Margaret Armstrong. Click here to view the magazine.
MISSION NEWS - MAY 2014
PROGRESS IN LIBERIA
We heard good news yesterday that the Ebola outbreak in Liberia has now been declared over by the health authorities who have been monitoring the situation. Missionary women and children from various organisations who had been evacuated are now preparing to return to Liberia. We have not yet heard if travel restrictions have been lifted, or whether the outbreak in Guinea has also been declared over, but it seems that things are moving in the right direction. Thank you for your prayers, and we thank God that this outbreak was not much worse.

Please continue to pray for four children and young people in our churches who are struggling with chronic Hepatitis B. This disease is widespread here – the vaccine is not readily available, and when it is available, the cost is prohibitive to most Liberians. One of these children is very ill at the moment, and we are endeavouring to work with the family and the hospital to ensure that he receives proper care.

The building project is moving forward; the cement roof has been finished on the second house, and while that cures for a month, the hip roof is being built on top and window bars will be installed. We are so grateful for the generous financial support that has been coming in from God’s people; please pray that the rest of the necessary money will come in and that this work will be completed with no more delays. More photos have been added to the galley - click here to view

We are starting to think ahead to the summer months for Vacation Bible Schools in the three mission churches. Pray that we will know the Lord’s will as we plan and prepare.
JOANNE GREER - MAY 2014
NEWS FROM ANGEL IN SPAIN
We had our annual young people's camp last week for Easter. Though we had only 22 young people, it has been a great increase over last year when we could not run the camp as there weren’t enough young people. This year was a little bit different; as we used one of the churches we have fellowship with as the activity centre instead of using a formal evangelical camp centre. It has been a great blessing to us all, especially the young people as they have been giving good reports about how good it was for them to be there. One of the studies I delivered at the camp was on Evangelism, and as a practical part of the programme, we went to the city market where the church is that Saturday of the camp. There we handled out several hundreds of tracts and as some of the boys were waiting for others to meet with them, a car just stopped by them and turning the window down, asked one of the boys to get close. So he did and the driver asked him if he wanted to buy some drugs from him, to which the boy said: "No, but maybe you want a tract!". Then, the driver asked him if he was an evangelical. Our boy answered yes, and the driver left with that tract in his car.

The following Sunday, we received some news of a woman who got a tract at the market. She phoned the minister of this church we have fellowship with, showing some interest and asking several questions. We never know in what ways the Lord can call sinners to Himself.
ANGEL ALVAREZ FERNANDEZ - APRIL 2014
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