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Ipswich 2016

Thank you

Thank you to everyone who has prayed for us and supported along the way! It's been really worthwhile and now we have returned home! Until next time & the big one... Brussels to Paris ( that we put in the... Continue Reading →

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Divine appointment opens further doors

Alan and I have just received a phone call from the pastor's wife from the church plant in Lowerstoft, where we encouraged the folk last night. The senior pastor has invited us back later in the year to minister.....great  n... Continue Reading →

Alan gets indignant.

We knew we had to be in Lowestoft today. So after a  detour to Felixstowe last night our host Christine dropped us back on the A12. We were walking at double speed, because there was no pavement  or hard shoulder.... Continue Reading →

Off the beaten track

One minute we were being pelted with giant hail stones and the next, being wisked off to Felixstowe!! Here's a group of prayer leaders for the Salvation Army Felixstowe that we ministered to tonight. We did actually make it to... Continue Reading →

BBC Radio Suffolk

Tuesday 26th April. Encouraged Pastor Harold at the International Church Ipswich with.some Evangelism ideas. Harold will be walking with the boys on Wednesday. Met another Baptist pastor James and discussed Romans chapters 9, 10 and 11 as he preachs through... Continue Reading →

They think it’s all over! ( It’s not now).

It had been a great walk from Epsom to Ipswich, with a few twists and turns. The end result 85 miles walked, 7 people praying to receive Christ and a few surprises on the way. However , I felt there... Continue Reading →

Last day for the Hungarian team

We have to say thank you for everyone who prayed for us today it was last day of our cross walk. We got a lift to Balatonaliga and then just walked in to Siofok. On the way we met a... Continue Reading →

Open Hearts

What a suprise! As I was waiting to be picked up at Colchester castle, I saw a familiar face in a.car driving past. It was none other than my walking partner Mike Vickers!!. He was the last person who I... Continue Reading →

Unexpected visitor.

I set off earlier this morning as today was going to be the longest day's walk so far. Chelmsford to Colchester. The weather had turned colder and rain was in the air. I passed through several villages and small towns.... Continue Reading →

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