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Hope In A Troubled World PublicationIn July 2017 Hope in a Troubled World booklets, written by Dick Keogh, will be distributed by IEB to half a million homes in Counties Clare, Cork, Galway, Kerry, Laois, Offaly, Sligo and Mayo as we trust the Lord to provide (DV).

This distribution, by the Irish Postal Service, will be the first stage of the planned project to place Hope in a Troubled World booklets in 1.79 million homes, all of which received No Longer Hoping booklets during 2012 to 2015.

£100 or 115 Euro will pay for the cost of printing and postage of booklets to 1000 homes in the Republic of Ireland.


  Fanad, Donegal   Roscommon/Mayo/Sligo/Leitrim
  17 May to 3 June   10 June to 1 July
  Achill Bible Clubs   Achill
  17 to 21 July   15 to 22 July
  Belmullet   Westport
  22 to 29 July   28 to 30 July
  Croagh Patrick   Inishowen, Donegal
  29 and 30 July   5 to 30 Aug
National Ploughing Championships
19 to 21 September
(Screggan, Tullamore, Co Offaly)

In 1936, the Irish Evangelistic Band was formed to take the Gospel to people in rural Ireland. During the succeeding years, the good seed of the Gospel has been spread by means of Gospel missions, Christian bookshops, the IEB Youth Movement, literature distribution, home-to-home evangelism, outreach teams and in other practical ways.

  • To see people in Ireland come to faith in God through
    Christ-centred evangelism.
  • To encourage Christians to a deeper life of consecration and holiness through Bible Study and teaching.
  • To encourage missionary involvement worldwide.

‘To preach the unsearchable riches of Christ’
(Ephesians 3:8).
We have full-time workers and part-time workers who are engaged in evangelism and distribution of literature. Many other people are involved with us on a voluntary part-time basis as they work on our visitation teams throughout the year.

Chairman: Mr Eric Hammond
Vice-chairman: Mr Denzil McIlfatrick
Members: Mr Wesley Armstrong, Mr Tom Condell, Mr Leslie Hadnett, Mr Henry Jordan, Miss Joan McAlister, Mr Victor Niblock, Mrs Olive Orr, Mr Walter Pringle and Miss Vera Smith.

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