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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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I am really enjoying myself in my new home.
What a joy it is to have ice cream whenever I desire and not having the food going off and smelling out the vehicle. I still find the motor home a little difficult to drive but will soon get used to the automatic gear box and the extra width.
I go to the hospital tomorrow at 3 15 for the bowel examination but I pray the Lord has already solved all problems for me.
A few friends have visited the new home and all have been impressed with the new facilities.
Monday 12th of August 2013 09:27:48 PM

The memorial service went very well and I am so pleased I was able to attend.
I have now made my way to Lancashire to be in place to go to hospital on tuesday for a colonoscopy. I must say I am dreading the operation but hope the doctors cannot find any trace of cancer.
Living in the motor home has caused me great problems as I have never liked enclosed spaces. After much prayer I have extended my bank overdaft and now I have changed the vehicle.
I have purchased a Damon Daybreak and even though it will take me some time learning how to drive it I am now much happier.
I have a real bedroom now with a proper bed and last night I slept like a child.
It also has a fridge freezer and full toilet facilities.
The great advantage is the space in the living area and now I can invite people in for a chat.
Please pray that the finance will come in soon and the Lord will help me as I move on for Him.

Saturday 10th of August 2013 11:22:16 AM

On my way to Weston super Mare to attend the memorial service for the Mother of John Lawrence.
John has been a tremendous help to the work since I met him about ten years ago.
He has fixed my vehicles and done so much more for me.
Please pray for him and his wife Jan today as they go through a tremendous trial of a family funeral and memorial service.
Wednesday 07th of August 2013 11:09:58 AM

I have spent the last few days parked on a caravan site in the pennine hills.
The water and electric has now been filled and I can get back to work.
I did not realise how tired I was. It seems to me that the time has come to take a couple of days rest each week and I will begin to pray and find out what the Lord desires of me.
Saturday 03rd of August 2013 11:37:04 AM

It has been an incredible weekend in the Dungannon area of Northern Ireland.
I have been directed to one particular spot on the road to Stewartstown on many occasions and even though I have had little success there I have persevered for a number of years.
On Friday and Saturday I was visited by quite a number of visitors.
Two people wanted me to park on their land but I felt the roadside was my designated spot. If I had moved I would not have seen some very vulnerable and needy people.
I was most upset that the motor home does not have the space to invite more than a couple of people inside for a chat and I have to talk to many visitors outside. This can be embarrassing to some people who need more privacy.
I sailed over to Scotland last night and I am now looking for a motor home with more room for visitors and also space to give me a little privacy. It would also be great to have a cooker and not have to spend my life sitting within a metre of the toilet.
Please pray.
Wednesday 31st of July 2013 01:22:20 AM

Enjoying myself as I travel backwards and forwards in Northern Ireland.
I have been made so very welcome by friends old and new.
I met Mike and Shona Ewan in Coleraine on wednesday and then travelled onwards to Limavady for the prayer meeting.
I was so encouraged by the people there and was so glad that I attended.
I once again met up with one of the people who support the work in prayer. I have known Norman Sommerville for a number of years and he has always been a rock for me in Northern Ireland.
I was distressed to hear that this Great Man of God is having health problems and is now facing a triple heart by-pass. Please pray for this tireless worker in God's Kingdom and also for Betty his wife.
I got seven birthday cards today and they look great in the motor home.
68 TODAY, I wonder how many more years I can continue? Many I hope.
Saturday 27th of July 2013 02:12:22 PM

Yesterday was truly "Out of this World"
The wedding of Gavin and Clare was a truly memorable and moving time. The presence of the Lord was really evident and the service was of Glory to our Heavenly Father.
After a three course wedding breakfast I was able to watch the guests from Scotland wear themselves out doing the dancing that the Scot's are famous for.
I was able to sing and speak during the evening reception and the message went down very well.
I now head towards the northern coast of Ulster for a few days

Sunday 21st of July 2013 01:09:45 PM

I am now in Dungannon and preparing to make my way to the Lifeboat church.
How I pray that our Dear Heavenly Father will bless the wedding and Marriage of Claire and Gavin.
I spoke to Claire this morning and she is very nervous but also very much in love with Gavin. I know he feels the same way about her.
I will be singing "How Great Thou Art" during the service.
This is such a special day that I have bought a new "NEW" suit for the occasion.
Please Pray.

Saturday 20th of July 2013 01:04:36 PM

It was good to return to Moyross Community Centre on Monday to speak to a group of Christians who had travelled from many places in Limerick Area.
After speaking for over an hour I was inundated by people who desired prayer for many different reasons.
I am now in Enniskillen and will be parking at the Cattle Mart tomorrow.
I am getting ready for the wedding on saturday.
Wednesday 17th of July 2013 09:24:57 PM

We all have special places in our lives. The place where we each feel a freedom to pray and worship and the special area where God can truly speak to us.
I have found this place to be parked outside a small church in Listowel, County Kerry.
I arrived here on thursday and have spent a lot of my time catching up with God and just being silent.
The church has just finished holiday bible week and I believe it was a great success.
A team of 42 people came from the United States to help out the congregation and it was good to meet up with a few of these wonderful people.
The motor home is performing very well but I am finding it virtually impossible to use it for ministry. There is just not enough space to invite more than two or three people in at a time.
Please pray the Lord will resolve this for me in the near future.
I have read the comment from Eric about visiting smaller churches around Britain and I am praying into this at the moment.
Sunday 14th of July 2013 05:59:33 PM

It is so strange for me to find myself wearing short sleeve shirts and shorts. The temperature in the van was over 90 degrees today.
Doctor Rob has made arrangements for me to begin tests on August 6th at Bolton Hospital.
I am not worried about this as I don't know yet if anything is wrong.
It does look like I will have to stay in the UK this year but I will take this opportunity to visit the islands around Britain.
I was amazed to receive a visit from a stranger when I was parked in a lay-bye just outside Enniskillen on Wednesday evening.
The stranger turned out to be from Canada on a visit to County Sligo. As we talked about the work I do he revealed that he was the bishop in charge of the Arctic Area in Canada. It was good to find out that others are working with the people at the end of the earth.
Friday 12th of July 2013 08:33:25 PM

I was amazed when I saw that the web site has clocked up over three hundred thousand hits since it was set up by The Web Master.
This is a true accounting of daily visitors. No matter how many times you log in during a 24 hour period it only counts the first visit.
I had brake problems as I drove down to County Kerry and had to find a mechanic to fit brake pads when I arrived in Athlone.
My doctor has been in touch with me and I have to have tests done before I leave Britain.
I may have to stay in the UK this year until I get the all clear.
Thursday 11th of July 2013 09:34:06 PM

I am now in Northern Ireland and I have spent the last few days meeting up with my friends.
It is very difficult getting internet access here but I keep on trying as I move about.
This week is the week of the Glorious 12th in Northern Ireland so I am deciding where to spend it. The last time I was in Ireland on this day I had windows broken in the bus. I will keep you all informed as the Lord directs me.
Sunday 07th of July 2013 07:39:05 PM

The Sunday meeting at Blacketyside Garden Centre was a real success.
I left there yesterday but before my departure I was presented with nearly a hundred punnets of strawberries and raspberries. I spent a few hours last night making jam.
I leave Cairnryan tonight and will arrive into Northern Ireland tomorrow morning.
Tuesday 02nd of July 2013 02:25:22 PM

After meeting up with friends in Lancashire I am now in Scotland for a few days.
I cannot understand what is happening to my internet connections during this trip. I am finding it very difficult to connect but will continue trying to update as I can.
I am joining up with other Christians for a large open air meeting this afternoon so I pray for a good crowd of listeners.
Sunday 30th of June 2013 02:03:26 PM

I have now left the Bristol area and slowly heading north.
I parked up in Hereford last night and will be visiting two friends who I have known since the first year of this ministry. I really look forward to having a time of fellowship with Brian and Barbara who are very gentle and faithful Christians.
I will head towards Manchester this evening using the A49 road.
Monday 24th of June 2013 10:24:44 AM

Still quite busy here in Weston Super Mare.
John and Jan have made me very welcome and it has been great meeting up with new people.
I move back to Bristol tomorrow and John Ellis has arranged a "Meet Clifford" afternoon for when I arrive. Saturday has already begun to get booked up. It is so good to be here and to speak English.
I meet up with a really nice gentleman on saturday morning who I met about eight years ago. I really look forward to meeting up with Philip on saturday morning.
Friday 21st of June 2013 12:00:10 AM

I have arrived in Bristol after a long and a hectic trip across the Atlantic and North Sea.
It was great to meet up with Eric of Caleb Initiative and spend over an hour with him before moving on from the London area.
The trip on Norrona was so boring with nothing to do for two days. The ship was a pleasure to use when I first went to Iceland but now it is nothing but a floating pub.
Last night I went out to dinner with John Ellis of Bristol and really enjoyed myself. I head for Weston Super Mare today or tomorrow.
Tuesday 18th of June 2013 10:28:15 AM

I will not be able to access the web until Sunday or Monday.
I sail from Torshavn this evening and should reach Britain on Sunday.
It has been a great tour but I am now feeling rather tired.
I think my age is catching me up or it may be the result of my previous lifestyle.
Thursday 13th of June 2013 10:46:20 AM

Still in the Faroe Islands.
I made a mistake when checking my booking on Norrona and arrived to find no ship waiting. I now leave on thursday which pleases me as it gives me the chance to meet up with more friends.
I parked up on a parking spot above Westmanna last night. I have not been in that area for over five years.
When I was having my coffee this morning I was disturbed by the arrival of a fleet of coaches. It was a morning tour from a visiting cruise ship and the driver from the coach full of English tourists was a friend of mine.
I was able to go on the coach and sing to the passengers and speak to them. Every one of the passengers received a copy of my life story.
I am so pleased the ship never turned up.
Monday 10th of June 2013 10:42:20 PM

Getting ready for the trip home and "Nearly" looking forward to it.
I am getting quite adept at catching fish from the local pier but how I wish Pollack would move on and send some cod to replace them. It is like eating flavoured string.
Out here I have found that everyone seems to offer fish to honoured guests and after a while it gets rather tiring, but the company I eat it with are splendid.
The meeting in Klaxvik went very well and the young people enjoyed themselves.
Today I have been cleaning the van and tomorrow I sort out the luggage and Bible storage areas.
I still have very little space for clothing but I am getting by.
Friday 07th of June 2013 07:35:21 PM

Time is flying by but I wonder if we will see summer.
I went through the undersea tunnel to Klaxvik and met up with friends. I also called at the local cemetery to search for graves from the last was.
I found six graves with memorials for British sailors who had been lost at sea after being sunk by enemy u boats.
I had just enough wooden crosses from the Royal British Legion for each grave so I was pleased I was able to honour our lads in some small way. Three graves revealed that the sailor was only 21 years old and it made me so sad that these young people had given up everything for us.
I made a new commitment to serve our young people and reveal the truth of the gospel to as many as is possible.
Tonight I return to Klaxvik to speak to a large gathering of young adults. Please pray I will have the right words to deliver.
Thursday 06th of June 2013 12:33:05 PM

Back on the Faroe Islands for a few days. I sail on sunday evening for Denmark and then England.
I have just returned from Suderoy after a great weekend.
The Evangelical Churches cancelled the evening service on Sunday and took the children on a picnic instead. It was a fantastic afternoon with many parents turning up to join us. Over a hundred turned up and it turned out to be a time to witness to many for the first time.
An idea I firmly recommend.
Tuesday 04th of June 2013 03:33:17 PM

I bring greetings from the many people of Iceland whom I met on the double trip around the lovely country.
I arrived back in Faroe yesterday and leave later today to speak on the Island of Suderoy.
I will stay here for ten days before heading back to Britain to attend a wedding.
The tour is not over yet as I hope to return to Norway in August for a few months.
Friday 31st of May 2013 11:47:07 AM

I am now on the last part of a long and very blessed journey.
The weather has been agains't me for most of the time, but victory without adversity is hollow.
The journey from Westmannia to Hofn was very dangerous with gale force winds all the way. Ont more than one occasion the whole van was lifted bodily into the air but fortunately I always landed back on the road. I am told that the winds are getting worse so I am getting ready to leave for Seydisfyiordur after coffee.
I have just met up with Steiner and he sends his best wishes to whoever reads this entry.
Monday 27th of May 2013 08:33:15 PM

I spoke at the pentecostal church today and it was a true blessing to us all. It is so good to share with Christians after such a long Prayer Vigil.
I leave for the mainland this evening and head for Hofn before the mountain drive to catch Norrona on wednesday.
I am very tired but very content.
It has been so good to spend time with friends here and I shall miss the people of Iceland when I depart, But I will not miss the snow.
Sunday 26th of May 2013 05:52:58 PM

I am now on the final stage of the prayer trip around Iceland.The weather is still quite cold but I am getting used to it.
I arrived back on Westmanna yesterday and was made very welcome at the bible study.
The pentecostal churches are all studying "The prayer of Jabez" and finding it very challenging.
It will not be long before I make my way back to the United Kingdom for a break before I head for the High Arctic.
Please keep on praying.
Friday 24th of May 2013 02:11:06 PM

Still much driving to do but all is going well.
I travelled over mountains following the coastline for around 300 miles as I headed for Reyjkavik and then had to retrace my steps because of a avalanche on one of the mountain roads. I am finding the route very difficult with many gravel roads and much snow on the mountains.
I am now at Linden Radio and have just recorded a slot to be broadcast later today.
I head for Selfoss and Westmanna later today.
Wednesday 22nd of May 2013 05:38:29 PM

I am back in Akuryri after a horrendous week of bad weather.
The trip to Egilsstadar and back was a true nightmare with blizzard conditions and sub zero temperatures.
I have just met up with a pastor I have been trying to contact for around five years but he was always preaching elsewhere when I arrived. Snorri and his wife made me so welcome when I arrived at Akuryri Pentecostal church and it was so good to see all the folks again.
I was so thrilled that a young man was being Baptised today during the service and I will continue to pray for Jon Paul as he starts out on the wonderful journey for Jesus. Before being baptised he thrilled my heart as he played the organ and sang a solo. It was a true spiritual Blessing for me.
Sunday 19th of May 2013 09:03:33 PM

I am now in Akuryri and will finish my first circle of Iceland in a few days.
Being made very welcome by two lovely friends who have been a great support to me over the last eight years.
Benny and Elver are wonderful "praying" Christians who would like me to send the readers their Christian greetings. They also ask that you would include Iceland in your prayers please.
I head on this afternoon and will then turn round and drive the country again. This time I will extend the trip and include some of the more remote towns.
Sunday 12th of May 2013 02:48:05 PM

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