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Discharged from hospital. No more visits to the cancer clinic. no more disrupted schedules. and *Praise The Lord* no more Cancer.
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Weather WET AND STORMY. You would think it was winter up here as you look out and see the snow covered mountains and icy roads. At least I cannot complain of being too warm. The work on the bus roof has nearly been completed and I pray that at last the water will stop coming in. I found a very large hole at the rear corner which must have been made by flying debris in the storm.It was a good new year with plenty of fireworks and bonfires throughout the islands. It appears that until recently the fires were put out by throwing a couple of sticks of dynamite into the burning embers but the practice has now been stopped for safety reasons. Last night a young man of 24 years gave his life back to Jesus in the bus and a young man I met at a new years eve party began his year by giving his life to the saviour. As I said a few days ago, WATCH THIS SPACE. A Blessed 2008 to you all and Please keep on praying.
Wednesday 02nd of January 2008 09:20:54 PM

Two days of film shows for the children have been quite successful with a good number of children turning up. The language is a barrier here for advertisind any eveny. I have to depend upon the local christians to organise and help but even if they have plenty of notice of events it always seems to be on the last minute before they realise it is imminent.Never mind , one day I may be able to do it all myself.
Sunday 30th of December 2007 11:44:28 AM

Weather a little better today. Tonight I have visitors at the house, Jack and his seven year old son Aaron are watching fims and chatting. Tomorrow There are two film shows in Skali for the children so please pray for a good turn out.
Thursday 27th of December 2007 10:00:00 PM

Thank God I am not staying in the bus tonight. The storm has returned and is now even worse than two days ago.The water is pouring into the bus from the seam in the roof.Arrangements are made for the next two weekends for childrens film shows so I am staying here.There is no where to get the bus under permanent cover to dry it out so I am spending each day putting heat in the bedroom area but it is an uphill battle. I would turn out tonight to check the situation but it would blow the car off the road so if you read this Please Get Praying.
Wednesday 26th of December 2007 09:20:17 PM

Have a happy christmas and please keep leaving messages.
Only got two presents and three cards this year. Stepping out into the unknown from my little house in Tobermore has really made a difference to my life.I would get upwards of 500 cards there and the gifts kept me going throughout the winter but now I am satisfied with a coffee mug and a sheeps horn ornament from two twelve year olds
Also thanks to those who have brought me enough cooked meat to fill a butchers shop or a cafe..
I do not recommend this lifestyle to everyone, but for me I am completely satisfied and serving my Saviour as I believe he desires.
I stopped feeling sorry for myself and I am now at work, parked by the side of the road and reminding passing car drivers of the Reason for the Season.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who have subscibed to the work this year and most of all " TO THE FEW " who subscribe through Caleb Initiative on a regular basis. It is surprising what 10 a month can do if it is given with a good heart.
Finally. Congratulations to Huw Thomas and his new wife.He may stop travelling now he has got to Korea with his hearts desire.
Tuesday 25th of December 2007 01:48:52 PM

Christmas Eve is the main hight of the festivities here on the Faroe Islands. The afternoon was spent sorting out most of the storm damage to the bus. If water could find a way in, it did and upstairs and downstairs was saturated and things broken as they fell from the cupboards. I really looked forward to going out this evening and spending time with a nice family in Eida but had to turn back as the roads were far too icy to drive. Tomorrow I had been invited out for tea but after the invitation had been accepted it appears it was forgotten and the family are going elsewhere for the day. I admit that I don't feel very christmassy this evening, in fact I feel very dispirited and quite sorry for myself. I recommend that you continue watching this space because everytime I feel like this, Something GREAT HAPPENS.I know the plans I have for you says the Lord, Plans to do you Good and give you A Future. I pray that ALL my readers and their families have a truly Blessed time during the celebration of Christmas. If you read this during Christmas , PLEASE leave a message and help cheer up your friend. Brother Clifford. GOD BLESS.
Monday 24th of December 2007 09:11:55 PM

Sorry I have not been updating every day but I am spending much time resting and sleeping. I had an urgent call to move the bus earlier. The wind was registering around 240 Kilometres and the rain is torrential.The house is surrounded by mountains and hardly any grass is visible. It is just a torrent of water and reminds me of the Angel Falls out there.MSN said the winds would be around 60 kph but they must have a Michael Fish forecasting the weather out there.
Sunday 23rd of December 2007 07:03:50 PM

I arrived in the Faroe Islands yesterday and I am now settled in a lovely house for a couple of weeks. The weather is first class but too windy to take the bus very far without problems. My friend Jens has loaned me a car to get about and it feels quite strange to be "normal" for a while. Problems with the internet at the moment so until they are solved I must rely upon hiring computers at internet cafe's. I was given 5,000 calendars to give away wnd up to now the children from three schools have been supplied. They are gospel text calendars so I am trying to give them to homes that would not normally purchase this type of calendar. Please pray that many hearts are touched during the next year of witness in the homes supplied.I will update as I can. God Bless and keep praying.
Wednesday 19th of December 2007 12:59:58 PM

I have found a smashing lay by overlooking an area of natural beauty. The scenery is incredible and very peacefull. I must say that the Danes know how to look after mobile home drivers.
Friday 14th of December 2007 04:01:17 PM

Denmark at last. I remain here until saturday, then board Norrona for the Faroe Islands.
As Eric said in his entry, I hope to find an isolated lay by and rest up for two days before sailing. Once again the trip has been eventfull and also full of problems.
I felt that I was being raided on tuesday evening after Eric left me. At around 11 30pm I noticed flashing blue lights outside and found that the bus was surrounded by police cars. Upon investigation it turned out that I was parked where police stationed there cars ready for trouble fron the pubs and the bus had started a major police enquirie. It felt very strange to hear all the radio comments describing the bus and the writing on it. We all finished up laughing and I was left alone all night and slept like a log. I would believe that thousands heard about Jesus that day in Bishops Stortford.
Thursday 13th of December 2007 02:53:04 PM

The people at the garage made me extremely welcomw over the weekend. The secretary invited me to lunch on sunday and a van was put at my disposal this afternoon. It is amazing what mechanics can do if they put their mind to it and they want to be helpful. I really did not expect the bus to be ready until wednesday but I drove it away at 6 30 this evening and called on The Web Master for a surprise meeting.I have just passed Naseby on the A14 and am now parked up for the night.
Tuesday 11th of December 2007 02:19:03 AM

I feel led to once again point out that this web site is named "Highways for Jesus" and has been put on the internet to promote the gospel and encourage not only myself, but others to try their best to serve our wonderful Saviour. I also use email to answer the more personal questions and it is there for everyone to contact me on a personal level. I am a Sinner Saved by Grace and I am also human with human failings and faults like everyone else.
Sunday 09th of December 2007 12:01:00 PM

Once again I see the hand of the Lord moving in my life as I sit waiting for the mechanics to begin work on Monday morning.
The last clutch installed was one of the copy clutches which we all have put in our vehicles when we have an emergency on our hands and need to save money. I now know that copies are false economy and do not last, in fact they are just like false prophets. All show and no depth.
I was invited to a wedding a few weeks ago and had to refuse because of my commitments at this time but guess what has happened. Yes he was married today and the ceremony was only ten miles from where I await repairs and I was able to be there. Much happiness is wished on Christina and Gwyndaf as they begin a new and bright future together.
I recieved two telephone calls within an hour yesterday.The finance has now been put in place and I WILL be returning to Faroe. Boats Permitting.
Saturday 08th of December 2007 09:43:40 PM

I am now at a garage in Conway waiting for a report before repairs are carried out. Finance is the critical holdup of everything. It is unfortunate, but the accident in Iceland is still dragging the work down. Donations that had been promised there for the work were all used up in repairing the bus and my very expensive trip to ritain for the parts required. This has meant that I am having to cut the cloth very tightly and I am finding it a very trying time at the moment. It looks like the bill here could be over 2,000 so the trip to Faroe for christmas is now on hold.
Friday 07th of December 2007 11:00:39 AM

I am now at a garage in Conway waiting for a report before repairs are carried out. Finance is the critical holdup of everything. It is unfortunate, but the accident in Iceland is still dragging the work down. Donations that had been promised there for the work were all used up in repairing the bus and my very expensive trip to ritain for the parts required. This has meant that I am having to cut the cloth very tightly and I am finding it a very trying time at the moment. It looks like the bill here could be over 2,000 so the trip to Faroe for christmas is now on hold.
Friday 07th of December 2007 10:58:58 AM

I just cannot believe it sometimes!
The clutch was replaced in May this year which began a series of problems when the bus was sabotaged by loosening nuts all round the engine and wheels. In Scotland the clutch was completely reasembled and put right. Once again the clutch has gone.This problem is causing me nearly as much expence as filling up with diesel and if it continues it will be the end of the work.The donations sent by post to me in the lst six months only amounted to 40 so as you will imagine I am sure, even my faith is taking a beating this year.I am now wondering if I will actually get to the Faroe Islands this Christmas.Please, Please, Please, Pray that Our Father is Glorified through this series of events.
Thursday 06th of December 2007 12:45:09 PM

Broken Down on Anglesey.
Thursday 06th of December 2007 04:37:59 AM

Broken down on the isle of Anglesey. Having trouble getting gears. The police managed to find me a mechanic who got me to a safe place but he admits that he knows nothing about this make of vehicle. It could be hydraulic or clutch problem but it looks like the Faroe trip could be off. I just cannot commit myself until I find out how much this is going to cost and then finding a garage willing to do the work. No one on the island will touch a double decker.
Thursday 06th of December 2007 04:34:28 AM

With the help given to me by the mechanics at Mickey Stewarts garage I am on my way to England. My thanks must go to my friend Gerald Henderson who has been a great help to the work for nearly ten years. This week he has fibreglassed the roof and it looks like he has managed to seal the leaks. This means I will be able to wake in the mornings in a dry bed and visitors will not be baptised each time they come to see me. I am at Dublin Port waiting for a late running ferry. If time permits I will be calling at Bishops Stortford tomorrow evening to pay a quick visit to Eric from Caleb Initiative. The finance that comes from that organisation really helps keep the work going. From the personal mail sent to me from the beginning of June I recieved only 40 in donations. As you will no doubt realise from that, I really have to depend upon the Lord for everything but it would be wonderful if I was able to take life a little easier now am in my early sixties.
Wednesday 05th of December 2007 06:54:04 PM

Nearly ready to roll for Faroe. Please pray
Tuesday 04th of December 2007 11:06:13 PM

Much to do this week and YOUR prayers are desperately required to get the bus ready quickly. I am receiving calls from the people of the Faroe Islands about being there for christmas and hope to be away from here by wednesday. The Norrona only sails once a week from Denmark or Norway so it is now meeting deadline time.I hear that it is very windy and is snowing in the country. Iceland are allready getting night temperatures of minus ten degrees at night so I will not be returning there this winter.
Monday 03rd of December 2007 08:12:07 PM

Much to do this week and YOUR prayers are desperately required to get the bus ready quickly. I am receiving calls from the people of the Faroe Islands about being there for christmas and hope to be away from here by wednesday. The Norrona only sails once a week from Denmark or Norway so it is now meeting deadline time.I hear that it is very windy and is snowing in the country. Iceland are allready getting night temperatures of minus ten degrees at night so I will not be returning there this winter.
Monday 03rd of December 2007 08:11:03 PM

Much to do this week and YOUR prayers are desperately required to get the bus ready quickly. I am receiving calls from the people of the Faroe Islands about being there for christmas and hope to be away from here by wednesday. The Norrona only sails once a week from Denmark or Norway so it is now meeting deadline time.I hear that it is very windy and is snowing in the country. Iceland are allready getting night temperatures of minus ten degrees at night so I will not be returning there this winter.
Monday 03rd of December 2007 08:10:27 PM

A special weekend of relaxation on the Causeway Coast watching the mighty rollers pound the rocks within a few metres of the bus.I am having problems with th bus roof at th moment. It has been leaking for a while, now it has got much worse so tomorrow and wednesday Gerald and myself are going to try and fix it with fibreglass and then repaint. At the same time the gear box has to be taken out and an oil leak repaired. The joys of motoring are endless.
Monday 03rd of December 2007 12:58:18 PM

A full day and night at Carrickfergus Castle with a few new faces coming onto the bus. It was good to spend the day and night at Whitehead and renew fellowship with my friends. Tonight I am visiting people around Tobermore.
Friday 30th of November 2007 07:00:29 PM

So many visitors to the web site and so much encouragement for me. I meet people from all walks of life and often have the opportunity to pray with them in the bus. You would be surprised how names and situations pop up in my head as I drive along the highways of each country I visit. I know that the Lord uses this time to bless as I pray for each Spirit led thought for my new and old friends. It would be good if some of the visitors revealed what the Lord is doing for them and use this page to Glorify our dear Heavenly Father and also allow the readers to get to know my wonderful friends throughout Britain and Scandinavia.I have just set off for a few days, touring the highways of Northern Ireland and hope to renew fellowship with christians as I follow the Lord's leadind. Tonight I will be outside Carrickfergus Castle.
Wednesday 28th of November 2007 12:17:17 PM

Back at Mickey Stewarts garage for a couple of days to get some minor repairs done an filling up the batteries. It is great to be back with people I have known for a few years. Yesterday I met Norman Domerville outside Londonderry and today I had a good time talking to Gerald about the trip to Scandinavia.
Tuesday 27th of November 2007 07:00:39 PM

A week of worry and great trials has ended at last. I mean that it has been impossible to get connection on to the site. For some reason the mobile adaptor just would not connect and I now realise how much I miss you wonderful people out there. I left Wexford and then stayed for five days in the Tempo and Enniskillen area of County Fermanagh. Then via county Tyrone to Tobermore for a home meeting in a newly built Christian Log Cabin in the grounds of my friends Sam and Mary Service. It was terrific with a true sense of commitment from the gathered congregation This morning I was at the Bridges Fellowship in Limavady listening to a great speaker from the Stauros foundation. I now reside for the evening on the main road to Londonderry but return to Tobermore in the morning.
Sunday 25th of November 2007 04:20:27 PM

In the Republic of Ireland. I sailed from Fishguard this afternoon and have just had a haircut in Wexford ready for the next stage of the work.I have been suffering from a very itchy csalp for the last few months and it has been getting me down. It has been diagnosed as a complaint brought on by stress. ( I don't know when I last suffered from stress) I will be spending saturday in the Dun Laoghaire area and moving north tomorrow evening.Thanks to those who put messages on the visitor page.
Saturday 17th of November 2007 12:39:25 AM

The bus has now been taxed for the year and is ready for the next part of the journey towards Northern Ireland. The mechanics have found another problem with loss of gear box oil.The work can wait until I get back to my friernds in Ulster.I have found it impossible these last few days to gain access to the web site because the signal is very poor here. It was a real dissapointment when I eventually gained access to find no one had left a message on the visitor page.
Thursday 15th of November 2007 09:26:42 AM

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