The day started with food as well. Jonathan Wilmot from Greyfriars cooked me a wonderful breakfast.
|Jonathan Wilmot from Greyfriars cooked me a wonderful breakfast|
Then we went back to Greyfriars and they prayed with me and for me as I set off.
I was inspired by Jonathan's vision of a people of God who would be servant leaders. We need more of this!
|Jonathan Wilmot from Greyfriars|
Then I wrapped up and set off. The good news was that I had a swift interruption - a phone call from Margaret in Newcastle. I have accommodation on 4 July. Praise the Lord!
But then it was the open road. I marched through Caversham and Mapledurham, and on to Wallingford. It is a long straight road, and bypasses the settlements, so there was nowhere to stop and have a cup of tea. Also I had to keep my electrical stuff wrapped up to keep it dry, so tweets and photos were difficult. I did find this bus shelter though ....
|I did find this bus shelter|
I did not meet any people to talk to today. It made me appreciate more James Parker's special effort to link up with us as we walked through Wokingham. More of the same please!
|James Parker's special effort to link up with us as we walked through Wokingham|
Tomorrow I go to Oxford. The forecast is again wet, but not as wet as today, and forecasts change ...
Blessings to all