European Walks

Lost and found

So God provided wonderfully for us yesterday, So first thing,  it was time for us to enjoy the breakfast paid for by a member of staff at the bed and breakfast. Only We forget to take the voucher with us.... Continue Reading →


“I know exactly where you are.”

Some days we sow, some days we reap and other days we spend in deep discussion explaining the reason for the hope we have. The day began with Al having a 45 minute chat with a Dutch guy who was... Continue Reading →

The calm before the storm

We had a good ministry time at Beersbridge Elim, East Belfast. Mike spoke in the morning sharing a word from the life of Jacob that spoke into the life of the Church. A number of people responded for prayer and... Continue Reading →

38 days late

So it's the longest day of the year and it feels like the hottest too. I have finally got the chance to deal with some unfinished business. It's 38 days since the crosswalk in the Czech republic finished but because... Continue Reading →

Holy Spirit set ups

It was a tough long day, but our final one of walking.The temperature dropped to a much more agreeable temperature. Ideal for the big push for Ostrava and the finish line. You may remember that 2 weeks ago, I led... Continue Reading →

was it an Angel?

A super tough day today, the thermometer hit 27° and the tarmac was starting to melt. I even left footprints on the road. Click the link above For Josiah's amazing testimony. Al went to find  ice cream, leaving Josiah... Continue Reading →

From the toughest days walking to abundant provision.

First of all apologies for the lateness of the blog. Yesterday we had a tough days walking , with a late finish and a very early start this morning. Yesterday was tough, not because of distance but because of terrain... Continue Reading →

“How can they hear without Someone preaching to them?”

As we move eastwards we are more convinced than ever that the Czech Republic needs to hear about Jesus. Today was hotter than before, but we pressed on towards the town of Vyskov and then later Prostějov. Despite spending a... Continue Reading →

The Holy Spirit makes grown men cry.

This weekend was spent in Brno, the Czech Republic's second largest city of around half a million people. It was beautiful to be able to cooperate with what the Holy Spirit's was doing in people's lives even though sometimes we... Continue Reading →

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