Ireland, England Praise Report and Thanks...
Thanks to your prayers, from the day I landed in Dublin until I left from London's Heathrow airport more than three weeks later, the Lord filled each moment with sweet fellowship and numerous ministry opportunities. Ireland felt like a homecoming for Thomas Aloysius McMahon III as it was the birthplace of my grandfather, Thomas Aloysius McMahon I. I spoke eight times in six days and thoroughly enjoyed ministering and being ministered to by my wonderfully hospitable and gracious hosts. "Buíochas le Dia" ("Praise the Lord"), for those who speak "Irish."
England was more of the same, speaking 17 times over a 14-day period, including two conferences packed with youth and young adults in the National Park of Dartmoor. It was a thrill and a privilege to preach to many different fellowships throughout England—especially to teach more than 200 of the next generation of saints at Truth4Youth and the Young Bereans, not to mention the great time spent with the parents and leaders who tirelessly served those young people.
I am deeply grateful to all of my "new families" who blessed me so much during my travels, and to the men with whom I was privileged to share a pulpit. Also, I thank the Lord for Trevor and Maggie Stewart-Sweet—for their selfless ministering to me personally and for their administering regarding every aspect of my engagements and stay in England.
Forget jet lag! I'm still cruising on the abundant joy of my experience!