WISBECH: Christian group undertaking Walk of Witness pass through town on way to Wales

A CHRISTIAN group planning a Walk of Witness from Great Yarmouth to Wales has passed through Wisbech and Fens. The small group of walkers have been carrying a wooden cross. En route they have been speaking to people along the way about their Christian fai

A CHRISTIAN group planning a Walk of Witness from Great Yarmouth to Wales has passed through Wisbech and Fens.

The small group of walkers have been carrying a wooden cross.

En route they have been speaking to people along the way about their Christian faith.

The walkers belong to an evangelical group based at Martham in Norfolk.


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They say they are not an organisation or a grouping of churches but individuals "committed to the advance of God's Kingdom".

The walkers are keeping a daily blog (journal) on their website.

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In a recent entry described their visit to Kings Lynn before heading off to Wisbech.

"Before leaving Kings Lynn, I felt an anointing to preach there," wrote one of the walkers "

"The atmosphere previous was hard, oppressive and difficult to witness. As soon as I finished preaching ("People of Kings Lynn, God is not Judging you, He's calling you...") a window of grace opened!

"One man who listened to preach came over immediately and 'asked' for a tract!! Mark Brooks and I handed out all the tracts we had on us in about 10mins.

"Some really good chances to witness followed, till we were moved on".

WEB LINK: http://forhonour2009.wordpress.com/2009/03/22/day-six-kings-lynn-wisbech/

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