Pray Wales Newsletters

Newsletter 3 – 4th  June 2004

Puncture repair – An occurring problem faced by Clive.


Day 11 to Day 15

  • Cardiff to Merthyr – 25.0 miles
  • Merthyr to Ystradgynlais – 24.1 miles
  • Ystradgynlais to Manordeilo – 24.0 miles
  • Manordeilo to Harford – 22.0 miles
  • Harford to Lledrod – 25.5 miles

After leaving Pembrokeshire in the warm sunshine the first week’s walking ended in an almost constant drizzle. After a week at home drying out and tending blistered feet Clive is now preparing to continue his walk around Wales.

On Monday the walk will leave Cardiff travelling around the Black Mountains and through West Wales to Lledrod. During the first week’s walking we were greatly encouraged by your prayers – thank you – and we ask that you continue to support us in this way.

We have also been encouraged in the last few days by the stories of fellow Christians who have used this as an opportunity to talk and witness to family, friends, neighbours and associates.

It is very exciting for us to discover how God is using this walk to reach out and in so many different ways. If you would like us to pray for your family and friends than please telephone Clive on ……..

Then he said to them all: “If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me.”

Luke 9:23

If you want to know more about Counties evangelist Clive please see the blog post:

Lunacy or Love – Meet Counties Evangelist Clive Cornish

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