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Cyclists and intercessors on prayer fire trail to It’s Time Cape Town

 

Cyclists en route from Beaufort West to Cape Town for the It’s Time prayer gathering at Mitchell’s Plain on Saturday.

By Anja Morkel

As expectation builds up for the It’s Time prayer day in Mitchell’s Plain, Cape Time on Saturday March 24, a team of passionate cyclists and intercessors have hit the road from Beaufort West to Cape Town.

Their 641km prayer fire trail tour is a follow-up to a tour that was undertaken last year from Cape Town to Bloemfontein for It’s Time 2017.

The tour team, including Graham Power, founder of Unashamedly Ethical, AyJay Jantjies and a number of others, will be a part of series of prayer gatherings in various towns, including Oudtshoorn, George, Mossel Bay, Heidelberg, Swellendam and Riviersonderend.

Singer Heinz Winckler has also joined the team as worship leader.

Roadside intercession break.

The tour officially launched early on Wednesday March 21 and the cyclists aim to end their ride at 12pm on Saturday as they arrive at the It’s Time gathering at Swartklip Sportsgrounds.

The objective of the prayer fire trail is to unify believers across denominations in repentance and prayer for revival and breakthrough, especially for the Western Cape.

The cyclists will be covering challenging distances every day as evidenced by the schedule below:

Day 1 – Beaufort West to Oudtshoorn 178km
Day 2 – Oudtshoorn to Heidelberg 211km
Day 3 – Heidelberg to Houw Hoek 191km
Day 4 – Houw Hoek to Mitchell’s Plein 61km

The fire trail is supported by Unashamedly Ethical ( www.unashamedlyethical.com ), a dynamic movement in support of encouraging values, ethics and clean living.

For more information, please contact Anja Morkel anja@unashamedlyethical.com / 0713737197

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  1. So very proud on the cyclists and group of intersessors.