Doug Atherton16 March 2018

“Don’t hog the middle lane!” This was the instruction that greeted motorists who travelled south on the M56 out of Manchester the week before last. I found myself giving mental assent. It’s probably one the most infuriating occurrences when a ‘middle lane hogger’ dilly dallies down the middle lane of a motorway with, it seems, complete disregard for their surroundings or the rules of the Highway Code. But why do people do it?

Donald Coulter27 February 2018

I would like to share the following prayer letter I send out to 240 prayer warriors who are praying for various areas of N Ireland. The Initiative is calles SOW (Saturate our Wards) with frevent prayer. Wards are the smallest electoral areas in N Ireland. The folk who signed up to the initiative are praying for between 5-7 Wards. Perhaps you would like to join them this month Feb/March.

Donald Coulter25 February 2018
Over the past year I had the privilege of visiting on two occasions with David & Elizabeth Ross at Drimoleague, Co Cork, Ireland. David is Pastor of Bantry Christian Fellowship. In addition to Pastoring the Church David & Elizabeth have a Farm and tourist business (Top of the Rock – Pod Pairc and Walking Centre) located at Drimoleague.
Doug Atherton8 February 2018

My optician tells me I suffer from progressive myopia. In layman’s terms, I am short sighted!  I find the use of the word ‘suffer’ somewhat misleading, though, as my ‘condition’ is fully rectified by the use of corrective lenses.  However, sufferers of spiritual myopia are, potentially, in a very precarious place! They live in a world of the ‘now’, the world of immediate gratification.  In contrast, Christians are to be people who take a long-term view for, in the words of the Apostle Paul, “… we will reap a harvest if we do not give up,” (Galatians 6:9).

Donald Coulter8 January 2018
Did you know that before the division of North and South Korea, there were about 3,000 churches in North Korea, with 132 of those being Korea Evangelical Holiness Churches, the OMS-founded church in Korea? But during the Korean War, the churches in the north were laid waste, and the majority of the Christians fled south.
Donald Coulter19 December 2017

One Mission Society gives thanks for the hope of Jesus and for your faithful support.

Donald Coulter12 December 2017

Bob and Esther Fetherlin served for eight years as missionaries to Mali, West Africa, with The Christian and Missionary Alliance (The C&MA). They then led the Africa region for seven years before being asked to lead the international missions work of The C&MA, which they did for more than 15 years. As the Lord was prompting them to transition from that role, the opportunity to serve with One Mission Society was presented.

Donald Coulter11 December 2017

The meteorological winter begins on 1 December 2017 and will end on 28 February 2018 according to the Met Office website.

Paudge Mulvihill1 December 2017

I was born in Castlerea, Co. Roscommon in 1957 and had a traditional catholic upbringing. Life was good in Castlerea; it was a great place to grow up, leaving me with many fond memories of the town. 

Tim Coyle1 December 2017

When I was growing up on a farm in Co. Cavan, one of my jobs was to help take care of the milking cows. Every evening the cows would be put in the byre, or cowshed. Being creatures of habit, each cow would go to its assigned spot, where there was a pole with a chain hanging on a nail. My job was to take the chain off the nail and tie it around the cow’s neck so that the cow would stay in its spot while it was being milked.