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From Eden to Eternity update

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Wow what a start to the tour!

Dublin – 160 people + 46 responses, 2  who wish to be a Wycliffe Voice.  Also a standing ovation, which was extremely special.

Ballymena – 450 people – who gave £1200 for Bible Translation in Burkina Faso topped up another £2000 by the church!

Stormont – a very restricted set up in the great hall of the assembly building paved way to 100 people including the First Minister the right honourable Peter Robinson.

Portadown –  260 enthusiastic young people and about 20 other adults all crammed into a hall and became bar far the most responsive and interactive audience we had so far.

Belfast – 450 people

Ballynahinch – 200 people.

Glasgow – 60 people

Here are some pictures

WOW what a start to the tour and what answers to prayers.  God’s word going forth to people and not returning empty.  Wonderful.

A few things to pray for:

–         Team for energy as they continue on the tour.  Tonight in Edinburgh and tomorrow in Cupar near Fife.

–         Mim who is one of the actresses has an ongoing stress related heart condition.  It can provoke heart palpitations, and leave her feeling exhausted.  Pray that this issues doesn’t’ crop up, but if it does, pray that Mim and Jon (husband and show director) will have wisdom in dealing with it.

–         Sam who is our Technician on tour has been outstanding.  Never an easy job on a tour like this, but there has been some unforeseen problems with a few bits of kit, pray for Sam not only as he problem solves but that God will continue to bless with him all that need needs to continue doing an awesome job.

–         As the team continue tours, Jenny and I continue working with the next week’s venues getting the last bits of detail in place.

Thanks so much for you emails of encouragement and your prayers 🙂

Tim and the team.

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