Wednesday, November 14, 2012

OM Ireland 10 Year Anniversary .

So Its been almost 3 months now since I have been living here in Ireland, its so hard to believe time has gone by this fast! where did it go!? this week will be my first full week here In Shannon. We spent  four days in Shannon before we had to pack up for a weekend back at Lacken to help with the 10 year anniversary.  It was great seeing the rest of  Immersion and hearing how God has already done a work in their church placements and it was also great seeing every one back at Lacken.  The second Darcy and I stepped off the train it was time to work! Thankfully this train ride was not like the last one we made it in one piece and no one had to call the Guards to find two small American girls lost in a train station some where in Ireland.  So back to the working part, we went straight to work because there was a lot to get done for the 10 year and every single hand was needed in order to get all of it done on time before guest started to arrive. One of the most anticipated guest was of course George Verwer! The founder of OM , It was a honor to have him here in Ireland with us and to meet him (even if it was for 10seconds it still counts) After serving and giving tours and watching kids of about 200 guest all together it was so well worth the hard work to celebrate and be apart of  the 10 years and still going with OM Ireland, OM is one very large family that I am proud to say I am apart of.  I can not wait to see where God is going to take OM Ireland to this coming up year and the next many years! Thank you for all of your prayers and support and praise Jesus for all of the blessing that He has given OM Ireland!  God Bless!   -Amie 

Monday, November 12, 2012

OM Ireland celebrates 10 years!

I will be posting soon about the 10year anniversary! Here is a quick snap shot of the tent. Be looking out for my update!

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Trains are easy right?

So Darcy and I finally made it to Shannon! (Barely) After missing two trains, carying luggage that's big as you all over train stations, Being stuck in the rain in the cold Irish night and having help from several strangers who seemed to be angles, we made it to Shannon! It felt so great to be reunited with my Shannon family and I have to say it was tough getting there but it was one of the craziest adventures I have ever been on and it was just one of many memories me and Darcy will make this year.  Its been a crazy 2months and its really to hard to believe its going on 3months now! I am so excited to see what God is going to do in Shannon this year and coming up year, its amazing to see what God has already done since we have been here. Tuesday we helped out at a kids community center in a rougher end in a town called Limerick and it was so incredible  to see how these young kids every single week faithfully came to kids club every time they have it. They all come from hard backgrounds but that doesn't stop them from memorizing every Bible verse knowing every song and doing their lessons, I feel so privileged to be working with these amazing kids and being apart of this whole Ireland experience.  God is doing great things even if it seems to be the darkest of times God's light shines even brighter. Today me and Darcy are again on another train going back to Athlone for the 10 year anniversary! we are so excited to meet and see people today, please keep the weather in your prayers! we hope for some sunny days for the 10yr celebration of Om Ireland!  I will keep you posted soon! God bless! -Amie