Author: HeatherS

John 13:34 NLT

Both the Rend Collective and Chris Tomlin are bring their current world tours to Ireland! Rend Collective will be in Belfast on Wednesday 29th May at the Botanic Gardens  Tickets here and in Dublin’s Vicar Street on Thursday 30th May Tickets here Chris Tomlin will be bringing his ‘Holy Forever’ World tour to the SSE […]

A Cork woman, is believed to be the first person with Down Syndrome to become a blacksmith in Ireland. Jessie from Castletownbere, began working alongside her dad Ryan when she was just sixteen, and is now a fully trained blacksmith who makes sculptures and jewellery. Recently they have established an online company called ‘Born Transcendent’, […]


22nd April 2024

Californian based Judge, John Philips lost count of the number of minors he had sent to prison, for crimes committed during a violent, unguided, and hopeless adolescence. He says, “You send these young people to prison, and they learn to become harder criminals,” so he decided to try to find a better way. This led […]

In Florida, music teacher Matthew Weihmuller uses his disability as a teaching tool. Matthew is blind and teaches jazz saxophone at a Tampa performing arts conservatory. He is an accomplished musician and has taught advanced and basic jazz, as well as improvisation, and has previously featured on TV. Matthew encourages his students to feel the […]

21 April – 3 May 2024 YWAM will be holding a new 2-week mini-school exploring peace, justice, and reconciliation. How can we define the good news in light of injustice, conflict, and broken relationships? What does God’s vision of a reconciled world look like and how do we get there? What part can you play […]

This March  from Angel Studios, comes the powerful epic of Francesca Cabrini, who arrives in New York in 1889 to be greeted by disease, crime, and poverty.  The movie tells the story of how a woman of faith battles hostile politicians to secure housing and healthcare for society’s most vulnerable.  Sr Francesca Cabrini is a […]


18th March 2024

In 1947, teenage Bedouin shepherds made of the most significant archaeological discoveries of the 20th century, when they found ancient parchments, now known as the Dead Sea Scrolls, hidden deep in the Qumran Caves.  Since then there have been extensive excavations carried out, and it was discovered that dozens of Jewish people had taken refuge […]

29 March – 7 April 2024 Pilgrim Paths Week 2024 will run from Good Friday, March 29th to Sunday April 7th (Sunday after Easter Sunday). GOOD FRIDAY, MARCH 29. Ascent of Cnoc na dTobar pilgrim mountain, Cahersiveen, Co Kerry Information: [email protected]. SATURDAY, MARCH 30. Organised walk of St Kevin’s Way, Co Wicklow Tickets will go […]

Sunday, 17 March Fancy doing something a bit different this St Patrick’s Day? Join us at the 17th annual Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk this St Patrick’s Day, Sunday 17th March. Over 2,500 enthusiastic walkers are expected to take on the 26km challenge with the option of starting at Howth or Dun Laoghaire Harbour and finishing at […]

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