Malta 2015

A new day for Malta

I thought I would just take a few moments to reflect on the events of last week walking with the cross in Malta. No two walks are the same, so we always expect the unexpected.  However I was still suprised... Continue Reading →

5 guys named Joe

So we arrived in Gozo just as it was getting dark. Thankfully we were able to find our apartment easily enough only to discover the water supply wasn't working.  We managed as best we could and a plumber came first... Continue Reading →

In Saint Paul’s footsteps

So today we headed west via St Paul's bay, the ancient capital Mdina and on to another island Gozo. Matthew in St Paul's bay Where the Apostle Paul may have been shipwrecked and bitten by a snake Acts 28. we... Continue Reading →

Old School crosswalking.

We went old school crosswalking  today. plenty of Km's , Matthew even let me carry the cross today. We passed through Silema  and St Julians till we were in open countryside and ran out of people.  Then we decided to... Continue Reading →

“It’s impossible to live a good Christian life.”

Today we crossed over to Valetta by ferry from Birgu.  Although small in population for a capital city it is nevertheless an impressive sight as we approached by boat. Two cruise ships were in town also, so we met lots... Continue Reading →

Open door Church Marsaskala

we had great time with the folk at Open Door Church.  In many senses it was home from home. we enjoyed a great time of worship  with a real sense of the Holy Spirit's presence. It was great to make... Continue Reading →

Open Heaven.

It would be helpful to give a little background before I share the news of today's events in Marsaskala.  Malta is a predominantly Roman Catholic country and hence there is a high degree of religiosity.  However it would appear that... Continue Reading →

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