Monthly Archives: March 2011

Baking camp and more thesis for me

Since early february, when our colleague from Pallatanga, Kim Orellana, sent the invite for the Baking Camp for ladies, I’ve been promoting this special activity here in the churches in Cuenca.  Pallatanga is located only 2 hours from Guayaquil, but … Continue reading

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Of Symbec and the Cuenca Pastors

After a quick journey to Guayaquil, on Thursday 10th of march our family came together again, after Steve’s short trip to Mozambique (More about Mozambique in a later post).  We travel back to Guayaquil the next day, to a what … Continue reading

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Team work

This week I’ve been helping to host and co-ordinate a team from Texas that came to help with some construction and maintenance work in the drop in centre. They were a great group and not only helped out practically but … Continue reading

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Running the race

We’ve had a busy couple of weeks continuing to adjust to life with a new baby. We’re still battling with various ailments – Steve’s had a parasite infection and Nisha has another cough, but otherwise we’re all doing well. Granny … Continue reading

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Northern Ireland Conference 2011

There are 24,000 people groups in the world and of these, 8,000 people groups remain unreached.  This means that 2.7 billion people have yet to hear the Good News which Jesus Christ brings. At this year’s annual OMS Northern Ireland Missionary … Continue reading

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Wake up O Sleeper

The ‘call to prayer’ resonated from the local mosque. It was 6.12pm on my watch as I watched with interest as the locals, without question, query or comment, unraveled their prayer-mats and, looking eastward, prostrated themselves. I was impressed by … Continue reading

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Translators Needed

As part of OMS’ Across Europe Programme, we are developing multi-lingual OMS-Europe websites.  To facilitate this, we urgently need suitably gifted people who can help with translation (English to French, Spanish and German).  Can you help?  Do you know of … Continue reading

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Japan Disaster Appeal

Dear Partners, As I write, our newspapers and televisions are dominated by terrible images of the widespread destruction and suffering following the massive earthquake and resulting tsunami that struck Japan on Friday 11th March. The British Red Cross have reported … Continue reading

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Bibles for Africa

Bruce Bennett, Director for Into Africa, recently received a request from Rukema Gisonga, an African national working in partnership with OMS in Rwanda, asking for Bibles. This request is not in isolation.  Bruce has written to all OMS’ Affiliate Countries … Continue reading

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Sasha Tsutserov, Director of the Moscow Bible Seminary writes

Dear One Mission Society United Kingdom, A new scary law has just been passed in Russia. The law states that, “Foreign citizens must not be employed in the Russian Federation as highly qualified specialists to perform preaching or any other … Continue reading

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