We would love to welcome you to our Ministry Brunch on Wednesday 3rd May at 10.30am at the T3 – Vic Ryn, where you can find out more about Hope for Every Home and how we can serve Churches and Christian organisations across the island of Ireland.
Our Vision is that every person on the island of Ireland would have a genuine opportunity to respond to the truth and love of Jesus.
Our Mission is to serve local churches and Christian organisations by equipping and mobilising believers to participate in sharing the hope of Jesus with every person and every home in Ireland.
How can we serve you?
We had a super night at our Ministry Celebration evening on Thursday! Such powerful stories from LJ, Chris & James about the great work they’re involved in with Hope for Every Home – Ireland, Salt Factory Sports & Made For More ? So much to give thanks for and so much to look forward to in 2023! ?
The mission of Made for More is to reach a generation of young people with the message of Ephesians 2:10.
Our goal this year is to deliver over 650 mental health & well-being talks, speaking with over 25,000 young people face to face. Since September 2022 we have had the privilege of delivering 252 workshops speaking with 10,074 young people.
NISRA have today reported 237 deaths from suicide across Northern Ireland within 2021, seeing an increase of 18 from 2020, a heartbreaking reality . We want each young person we encounter to know the the message of Ephesians 2:10, that God see’s them as his masterpiece, that in Christ Jesus we have purpose, that there is hope.
As we send our teams across schools, youth organisations and churches, please continue to pray that God will prepare the hearts of each and every young person we encounter, in order that they may receive this hope.
We recently ran a Kingdom Kids Summer Camp in partnership with Betania Church with the goals of fostering personal growth for children by providing them with a fun, safe educational/recreational program, outdoor experiences and group activities. It encouraged spiritual growth through a Bible-centered environment, allowing the children to focus on their relationship with God and fellow friends.
We have seen God’s hand on our ministry over the years, 18 years ago we started with 3 kids, today we have around 200 kids at our Ballymun camps!
Pray for volunteers for our next camp from October 31 – November 4 and if you’d be interested in volunteering please get in touch Dan at +353 (0)86 381 4266 or firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also get in touch if you’d like to discuss running a 2023 camp in your community!
We are excited to announce a new opportunity to join our team as we seek to strengthen our Operations department! With our current PA changing to an Administrator role, we are looking to recruit a part-time Personal Assistant to co-founder of Crown Jesus Ministries, Mitch.
The job spec and application form are available upon request by emailing email@example.com.
Closing date for applications is 31st August and interviews will be held week commencing 5th September.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Revival Now is BACK at HOPE Chapel Lane!
We are excited to offer our next instalment in the Revival Now series: The B.E.S.T. Life. Each week we’ll be hearing testimonies from people who have had their lives transformed by Christ, and how we too can have an incredible story to share about life with God.
With each testimony we’ll be exploring 4 things:
B – Before life with Christ
E – Evangelisation
S – Salvation
T – Transformation
So come along, and bring a friend! Your B.E.S.T. life starts now.
Summer camps and activities can be a great time of seeing fruit from our labours and yet discouragement can come when things don’t turn out as we’d hoped or when growth isn’t seen. At every stage it’s worth reminding ourselves of the division of labour and responsibility shown in scripture. One plants. Another waters. Only God can make the seed grow.
1 Corinthians 3:5-8
5 What, after all, is Apollos? And what is Paul? Only servants, through whom you came to believe – as the Lord has assigned to each his task. 6 I planted the seed, Apollos watered it, but God has been making it grow. 7 So neither the one who plants nor the one who waters is anything, but only God, who makes things grow. 8 The one who plants and the one who waters have one purpose, and they will each be rewarded according to their own labour.
This scripture comes with some helpful reminders:
- The one who sows and the one who waters have the same purpose – that the life-giving seed of God’s word might have every opportunity to take root and flourish.
- All who sow and water are servants, not the Master, and our tasks are assigned by him.
- Making seed grow is not within the capability of either the sower nor the waterer. Only God can do that.
- Those who sow and water will be rewarded for sowing and watering.
“Father, as we continue to faithfully sow and water the seed of your word, may we trust you for the growth – encouraged and thankful when we see that growth; persistent in prayer and in sowing and watering when we don’t.”