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Global Outreach International

Jeremy and Andrea Ireland

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Missionaries, Ethiopia
Jeremy and Andrea Ireland serve in the Amhara region of northern Ethiopia. First introduced to the Amhara people through short-term missions, they saw the great ministry need in this area of 22 million people. Responding to God's call in October 2015, they moved to Bahir Dar, Ethiopia with their two teenage children, Lalaine and Mark-John.

The Irelands focus on holistic ministry through the practical expression of God's love and sharing the Gospel. Bahir Dar serves as a central role in the Amhara region, drawing many people from rural areas looking for opportunity. Jeremy partners with Great Commission, the Ethiopian branch of Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU), to disciple university students to become lifelong spiritual multipliers and church planters. Andrea disciples women who have come out of prostitution and leads Bible studies at a local children's organization. Together, they also provide gospel-centered outreach programs to children from impoverished families and outreach to street kids living within the city.

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