John Thompson (Knocknadona Gospel
Fellowship) pictured with Faith Mission evangelists
Trevor Matthews, Paul Acheson and Andrew McCullough
at the �Key 2 Life� tent campaign.
Lisburn DCF choir pictured at the
�Key 2 Life� tent campaign near Knocknadona.
A tent campaign entitled �Key 2 Life� near Knocknadona has drawn
large crowds since it commenced last Sunday evening (18th May).
Conducted by the Faith Mission in conjunction with Knocknadona
Gospel Fellowship, the special meetings will help you find the
key to real peace, joy and eternal life through knowing God
personally. The meetings will continue until Sunday 1st June.
The speakers will be Faith Mission evangelists Trevor Matthews
(Director), Paul Acheson and Andrew McCullough; and the guest
singers will be: Friday 23rd - Heavenbound; Sunday 25th - Keith
and Karen Lindsay; Monday 26th - Peter Mander; Tuesday 27th -
Brian and Ruth Agnew; Wednesday 28th - Paul Irwin; Thursday 29th
- The Watchmen; Friday 30th - Louise Campbell; Sunday 1st June -
Paul and Sharon Acheson.
Jim Gordon and Mervyn Kinkead.
Enjoying the great gospel praise at
the �Key 2 Life� tent campaign.
The Disabled Christian Fellowship Choir (DCF) from Lisburn were
the guest singers on Tuesday evening (20th May) and conducted by
Jean Watson and accompanied by blind pianist Gwen Kennedy, they
sang, �Wonderful Grace of Jesus�, �I stand amazed� and �Home of
the soul�. Trevor Matthews led the service and the preacher was
Andrew McCullough. In his address based on the story of the Good
Samaritan, Andrew said, �Just like the man going down the road
from Jerusalem to Jericho, we are on a downward, dangerous road
that brings ruin. If the wounded man had rejected the held of
the Good Samaritan he would have died and if we reject Jesus -
so too will we die�. Andrew continued by saying that Jesus is
waiting with arms wide open to welcome, heal and cleanse; and
concluded by asking the question, �Will you come?�
Everyone will be made most welcome to the tent campaign;
meetings commence at 8.00pm (Monday - Friday) and on Sunday
evenings at 8.30pm. (There will no meetings on Saturday