Friday, 26 May 2017

Summer 2017 Part one!

Sam has his last day of school today and as soon as it was over he asked 'Are we going to Bangor now?'  He is so excited to see his Granny & Bampa, Auntie Leah, Jack, baby Ben, Auntie Claire and Uncle Robert and many more friends!! He has been on the countdown for the last couple of weeks.

While we are coming home to visit family and friends and get the boys vaccinations updated, go to the dentist, doctor etc, our main purpose and goal for this summer is to raise support for both Emmaus Biblical Seminary and Bethesda Medical Center where we work.

Here is our speaking schedule if your free and would like to come and hear us.  We will also be free during the day to meet up if you would like to ask us a bit more about what God has been doing in Haiti this last year.

Monday 29th - Leave Haiti
Wednesday 31st May - Arrive in Northern Ireland


Sunday 4th - Bethany Baptist Church pm service
Thursday 8th - OMS Newtownards prayer group
Saturday 10th - OMS Charity Shop Portglenone
Sunday 11th - Glenarm Baptist Church am & pm service
Wednesday 14th - Millisle Baptist Church
Thursday 15th - Brooklands Gospel Hall Dundonald
Sunday 18th - Lifebuilders Bloomfield Presbyterian Church Belfast
Monday 19th - OMS Broughshane prayer group
Wednesday 21st - Lower Clonaneese Presbyterian Church
Saturday 24th Family Fun Day fundraiser in Bangor Aurora
Sunday 25th - Straid Congregational Church
Wednesday 28th - Great Victoria Street Baptist


Sunday 2nd  - Ballychrochan Baptist am & pm service
Wednesday 5th - Moira Baptist
Tuesday 11th - Leave for Canada!

We would appreciate your prayers as we travel on Monday & Tuesday and as we speak over the next couple of months in different churches.

Today I was explaining to Sam how we will get a plane to America and sleep there, then a really long plane to Iceland, then a third plane to Dublin where Bampa would pick us up and drive us to Bangor.  He thought for a second and then said '  I don't there going to be loads of ice there? Where?  I said.  Sam ' In Iceland!'

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