Historic missions project launched in Ireland

By March 21, 2008

Ireland (MNN) — The Irish
Mission Agencies Partnership, or iMAP, has officially been launched.

iMap is a partnership that has
been growing since 2006, thanks to the efforts of SIM Ireland's Director and
other mission leaders. There are 17
member agencies, which include AIM, AWM, Frontiers Ireland, Interserve Ireland,
Latin Link, OMF, among others.

The goal of the coalition is to see the Gospel advanced by Irish
believers. iMAP helps establish a center for missions at home and
overseas. The Web site creates a central
location to present service
opportunities, prayer points, regional events and mission resources. It also creates a place for mission agencies
to connect with people who are interested or involved with overseas evangelistic
work.

Mission partners
are able to network better with iMap services as well as ensure access to biblical
and practical resources to engage Irish churches in mission.

To coincide with the launch of
iMap, Tentmaker Publications published a new book by Ian Grant entitled The
Missionary Vision of the Irish Church–Where Do We Go From Here?  

For details on iMAP, click here.  

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