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Armenia Reborn

The finish line for our 2 weeks of walking was the Armenian Genocide centre in Yerevan. Many of us are familiar with the holocaust during world war 2, but perhaps not so many are familiar with the Armenian Genocide of... Continue Reading →

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Entering Yerevan

We were only about 5 kilometres from Yerevan overnight, so we couldn't wait to get into the city. From our hotel we had to cross a huge canyon first thing in the morning. After about an hour we recognised whwere... Continue Reading →

New wine

So we are almost at Yerevan, The last few days have got hotter as we have come down from the Highlands. Yesterday morning we got caught in a very welcome shower of rain. At lunchtime we stopped for something to... Continue Reading →

Sevan up!

We walked out of Dilijan this morning overtaken, by a massive military convoy of troops and heavy guns. It was a reminder of Armenia's precarious position surrounded by 2 enemy states. The road out of Dilijan was much steeper than... Continue Reading →

Stand firm

It was a challenging day on Friday, in more ways than one. In the morning we had been really blessed, being invited in to a duvet factory and making a key contact on the roadside, plus seeing someone come to... Continue Reading →

Special children

On Wednesday evening Alan spoke at the midweek group that meets in one of the buildings in the container village. Parents and children squeezed in, sitting on the floor when the seats were full. Tom translated as Al shared about... Continue Reading →

Love Gyumri

We have been in Armenia for about 33 hours at the time of writing and this trip is proving very different from others we have done. The highlight so far is a real openness to Jesus from the people. So... Continue Reading →

Pray for the Balkans

As Mike and Al boarded their flight home from the brand new airport at Zagreb, it was an opportunity to give thanks to God for all he is doing in this part of the world. What was once Yugoslavia has... Continue Reading →

Don’t put the baptismal pool away yet.

When telling a story whether it's a biblical illustration or an anecdote from one of our crosswalks it is always important to take into account the context. In the context of where Montenegro is Spiritually what we've seen already is... Continue Reading →

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