Men targeting drug abuse strongholds during 2 000km cycle trip

Gospel cyclist Edward Pozyn

Edward Pozyn is getting ready for a fresh road trip for Jesus — this time he will be cycling 2 000km from Howick in KwaZulu-Natal to Augrabies Falls and then to Cape Town.

In 2021 the former, veteran Gospel trekker traded his hiking shoes for wheels after he was blessed with a bicycle.

He will embark on his latest cycle journey on March 1, together with Raymond Landman and Graeme Coad. 

Raymond, 50, an old friend of Edward, lives at The Ark shelter in Howick. Graeme and Edward met at The Ark where Graeme is a facilitator for Project Exodus which supports people who battle with addictions. 

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The trio aim to complete their journey in two months, but their main hope and focus will be to pray along the road in towns that have strongholds of drug abuse. Edward said they want to break the spirit of fear and plead the blood of Jesus over towns which desperately need divine intervention. 

From the left, Graeme Coad, Raymond Landman and Edward Pozyn are planning to embark on a 2 000km cycling mission on March 1

“Psalm 23 is the Scripture I live by as only by the grace of my God, my Shepherd, is this journey possible,” said Edward.

He said their mission needs sponsors and any help from businesses or individuals would be appreciated. “Some of the things that we are urgently needing are two more bicycles for Raymond and Graeme. We are also needing camping gear for this journey,” he sad.

You can contact Edward at 062 476 8204.

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  1. The John the Baptist’s of the church – doing things in a most extraordinary manner. South Africa needs all the help it can muster given the desperate state it is in on all fronts, the demonic realm of drug abuse and everything detrimental associated with it invading our nation only the church can confront and defeat. Come on church, it is we who have power over the power of the enemy and only we through the power of the Holy Spirit can save South Africa. You are in a war for our nation and its survival.