TRALEE, Ireland—Shaun and Tania Abrahams were thrilled to recently receive a package of Regular Baptist Press Sunday School curriculum to use in the church they planted in Killorglin, Ireland. Gospel Literature Services has sent the materials as part of its mission to provide gospel literature to ministries around the world.

Shaun and Tania are no strangers to RBP curriculum. They previously used it at Community Baptist Church in Durbanville, South Africa. Their pastor there, Dave Devore, is an American missionary with ABWE, and RBP materials are an integral part of that church’s discipleship program. After moving to Ireland, the Abrahams ministered at Tralee Baptist Church, where they used RBP materials “extensively and to great effect.” But they knew there would come a day when God would call them away from the church to plant a new one. On Jan. 15 Killorglin Baptist Church held its first worship service.

One of Killorglin Baptist’s goals is for preaching and teaching to change and equip lives. Materials from Regular Baptist Press, which aims to build lives by the Book, will be a helpful tool to advance the church’s goal. The Abrahams say, “Southern Ireland is particularly hard-ground and the work is slow. But God is faithful and we have seen Him save and change lives.”