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Georgia 2018

The boys are coming home

Yesterday we helped a team from different churches in Batumi do some openair Evangelism and finished off the day with a concert This is Pastor Elguja Inaishvili of Word of Life church. He arranged a bed for us last night... Continue Reading →

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2 little extra stories

Yesterday, all day, we put smile tracts in the hands of tons of school kids.I handed a gospel tract to a young girl about 13 but she refused it and walked past me. I remember particularly with this girl feeling... Continue Reading →

A touch of discretion

Sometimes we have to be discreet when it comes to high profile people. As Alan has already said, after an amazing God incident we ended up staying at the house of an extremely influential lady in Georgia. Her body guard's... Continue Reading →

A rainy night in Georgia

For the last two nights it has rained overnight, making it much cooler for walking in the day, for which we are thankful. The miles have taken their toll, Alan and Ben have felt the pace but Mike strides on... Continue Reading →

Pigs can fly

We knew it would be hot today and we also knew we had to cover a big distance before we got to the next sizeable town of Lanchkhuti. So we set off walking at 7am before it got too hot.By... Continue Reading →

Praying mantis

Could this be a sign of "more prayer needed" This morning we couldn't leave at the desired time of 7am because we needed to purchase correct size bolts for the cross. Gio helped us with this... what a great bloke... Continue Reading →

Home and Away

It was great to be back with the Lads in Georgia. By the time I reached Kutaisi airport with Alan and Ben, God had already opened a door with Pastor Badri of the Pentecostal church in the city. There are... Continue Reading →

Rendezvous Kutaisi

The boys are back in business! Ben and Alan caught a late train last night to Kutaisi, with one of the cheapest fares of all time. One Lari, which is about 35pence. Alan even argued with them that it can't... Continue Reading →

“Thank you, thank you, thank you, I now know Jesus!”

It's been a challenging couple of days. Mike had to speak at funeral in England, and in order to get to the airport hitched a lift on a newspaper delivery van for 3 hours. Ben and Alan were left to... Continue Reading →

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