Greetings from Ireland

Greetings from Ireland

Greetings from Ireland

It’s beginning to look a little dry here in Ireland. It only seems to rain a few minutes out of the day. The team has been working really hard on the project. The footers are almost ready and the sidewalk is hopefully going to be poured tomorrow. It is a little difficult trying to have such a large team work in the small spaces, but they are moving through it just fine. The team has been growing so much and are getting along so well with each other. We know that their parents have trained them well. Every night after dinner, Sean would take the team into town to a little grocery store called Eurospar. There they get to buy little goodies for themselves or their secret prayer partners. They look forward to their evening strolls into town. It is simply beautiful. The founder of Irelnad Outreach arrived yesterday and came over today to meet the team. He was very pleased with the work that has been accomplished. Tomorrow is the 40th anniversary of Ireland Outreach and the team is invited to an ice cream social. They were very excited when they heard the words “ice cream”. I’m not quite sure why, it is still very chilly here in Ireland. It drops down to the low 50s at night with a bit of a wind chill and is in the low 70s during the day when the sun is out. It is much colder when it rains. The team enjoys the rain though. On Saturday, the team will have an opportunity to do a little sightseeing in Dublin. We are hoping to see as many things as possible like the Book of Kells among other historical buildings in the city. We are all very excited to do a little sightseeing in such a beautiful country. We certainly do have a great group of kids this summer and we are so blessed to have every single one of them on this team. We leaders would like to thank you for allowing them to come and have the Lord work in their lives in such an awesome way. We know that He truly is working in their hearts. Every single one of them is caught up with all of their memory verses and are all asking question after each devotions about what they have read in their Bibles. Praise the Lord for open hearts to the Word. I mentioned to the team that I have been sending reports for parents to read from the teen missions website every now and then. They were thrilled when they heard that and all wanted to say “Hi Mom and Dad and families, we love you all!” Thank you again for your love and prayers. Team Ireland!



  1. Heather Vermillera

    Thank you so much for the updates. Friends and family continually ask if I’ve heard anything and it’s nice to be able to respond. It’s so nice to hear that the kids have questions about what they have read in their Bible. That is an answer to prayer. The team’s spiritual growth, health and safety remain in our prayers. Missing Sarah in FL.

  2. I’m go glad to hear that everything is going so well and that the team is having such a good time. Thank you leaders for being there for the kids and for being encouragers. Enjoy the rest of your time in Ireland!

  3. thank you so much for the updates. it is easier to bear the absense of tyranny when we get such wonderful updates. we are praying for her and the whole team.

  4. Thank you for these updates. They are the highlights of my day and are such a blessing!

  5. So great to hear how the team is doing. Thank you to the leaders for giving of yourselves to our children!! So glad to hear that God is continuing to work in their lives. Praying for you all.

  6. So glad to hear all is going so well. Both Joelle’s Grandma’s have been calling sense the last update hopping to hear more. Thank you so much for keeping us updated. I figured the frist letters form the kids should start arriving today, and that is if they mailed it the day they arrived. Keep up the great work.

    Keeping you all in prayer,
    Lea Goossen

  7. YAY! Thank you for the update and Thank You working in the lives of our children!

  8. This is so awesome to hear! Thank you for being so faithful to update us on what the team is doing. It is much harder when they are on the field and it takes so long for the mail to get back and forth. It warms our hearts so much to hear that the team is growing closer to one another and closer to the Lord. It is awesome to hear that they are working hard and having fun. We can’t thank you enough for everything you have done! We are missing David, but we feel so thankful for what God is doing in his life!

    Giving God the glory,

    The Treloar Family
    Dave, Terri & Jake

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