Offering a local lifeline for Kenya

An information night about the work of Life-line Ministries will be held in Galgorm Community Centre on Saturday, November 22, at 7.30pm when Wesley Kerr (pictured)  and others will speak about their work in Kenya.
An information night about the work of Life-line Ministries will be held in Galgorm Community Centre on Saturday, November 22, at 7.30pm when Wesley Kerr (pictured) and others will speak about their work in Kenya.

An information night about the work of Life-line Ministries will be held in Galgorm Community Centre on Saturday, November 22, at 7.30pm when founder Wesley Kerr will talk about their work in Kenya.

Singers will also take part in the evening to which everyone is welcome.

Life-line Ministries are also pleased to host the American Gospel singer David Worth Hinton on Friday, November 7, in the Coaching 4 Christ Centre in Ahoghill at 7.30pm.

David will minister in word and song and share some of his amazing testimony. Admission to the concert is free and an offering will be received for the work of Life-line Ministries in Kenya.

Life-line Ministries planted their first church there in 2008 and first nursery school in 2009 and this year they has purchased land to build a church in the Kisumu region.

Back in August, a team from the Ballymena area visited Life-line churches and evangelised in market areas of Kitale and Kisumu.