We have been working through faithful prayer and preaching of the Word to build up the work here begun by our former coworkers. We do daily witnessing on the street to share the Gospel with those God puts in our path. We also distribute tracts and gospel literature, including creation literature/DVDs. For any who come to know the Lord, we seek to follow up with discipleship. We hold regular Sunday morning and evening services and a midweek Bible study, and at least one ladies’ Bible study per year, dependent upon interest/schedules. We volunteer in our community in the Cancer Shop, help with summer youth Bible camp, hold chapel for the RU Men’s Home, host an annual Ladies’ GetAway for all missionary wives and their church gals on the island, assist with an annual Men’s Retreat, and lend our hands wherever/whenever needed among the missionary endeavors of sister works here. While we are allowed here, may the Lord find us faithful to Him, His Word, and His work.
Ireland's huge flux of incoming/outgoing peoples has slowed; leaving her a melting pot of cultures from around the world. Her standing population is less Catholic, in accommodating growth of Spiritual apathy, Evolution and New Age movements, and Islam. Even with suicide, depression, immorality, and crime on the rise (including now-legalized abortion!), the Irish would appear to remain aloof to their true need for salvation in Christ Jesus.