Abbey Chapel, Iona:

 

 
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Image: Our Chapel altar.  Photo Copyright 2007 S.G.P.  All Rights Reserved.

 

Photo: "Skellig Michael" Copyright Irish Tourist board.

Image: portion of illuminated manuscript page from "The Book of Kells."Photo: of the Monastery Chapel on the Scottish Island of Iona, showing the sunlight streaming in through the window.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Photo Copyright  1997 Eric Gustafson. World Rights Reserved.  Used by permission.

  Abbey Chapel, Iona

From this Island of Iona, Missionary Monks were sent out to the Scottish Picts, and the Anglo-Saxons of Northern England...

...to tell the them the glorious Good News that Jesus died for their sins and was raised from the dead and is now alive and seated at the right hand of God the Father, able to save to the uttermost all who repent and call on His (Jesus') Name.   Have you repented (are sorry for) your sins, and accepted Jesus into your heart, as your personal Lord and Saviour?

For more on this subject see: The Plan of Salvation.

Photo: of our actual Celtic Cross Shield (TM).  The Prayer Foundation Logo and Trademark.  Phot Copyright 2007 S.G.P.  All Rights Reserved.    ____________________________________________________

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Photo of "Skellig Michael" Copyright Irish Tourist Board. 
Photo of "Abbey Chapel, Iona" Copyright  1997 Eric Gustafson. All Else:
Copyright 2001 S.G.P. All rights reserved.      

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The husband of a friend of ours took the picture at left: it's where they got married a long time ago (she's Scottish and gave us permission to share it with you).

The Irish Monk, Colum Cille (Columba, in English) was exiled from Ireland and went to the Scottish Island of Iona where he founded a Monastery.  

From here the Monks sent out missionaries to evangelize the Picts, and eventually the English (at that time they were still known as Anglo-Saxons).  Oh yes, and they also made The Book of Kells.  We saw The Book of Kells when we were at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland (see: Our Goals).  We still haven't been to the Island of Iona off Scotland.  It's one of our goals for the future (the Lord willing). _____________