...the harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few
Colin Maxwell and I recommenced our open air street witness. Many towns throughout the province have been visited on a regular basis, Newry, Warrenpoint, Banbridge, Lurgan, Armagh, Portadown, Newtownards, Bangor and Holywood. It’s good to bring the message of the gospel to the people as they pass by. Do pray that the Lord will use the Word preached and the gospel tracts that have been distributed to the salvation of souls.

In the month of March we continued open air and street work until we commenced our outreach work for a gospel mission in Newcastle. The mission was held in the local primary school which was kindly granted to us. The meetings were well attended and supported by our local Free Presbyterian congregations.

At the end of April we began visitation for our gospel mission in John Knox Memorial Church on Shankill road. I really enjoyed the outreach in the community. The meetings were well attended and a real blessing to us all.

Other missions have been arranged, and in the coming days we plan to go to Garvagh Free Presbyterian Church. I also plan (DV) to join with Rev David Smith to conduct a Gospel mission in our Banbridge FP Church Hall for two weeks. In July and August I will have the opportunity to speak at some of the services in our Annalong congregation, also hold a five day club in the local housing estate. A Youth gospel mission is planned for Ballymoney FPC and some outreach work in Donaghadee.

We want to thank you again for all of your prayerful and financial support as we continue to proclaim the good news of the gospel around our land,

1Thess 5v25” Brethren pray for us.”

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