Reini embarks on third cross walk from East London to Jeffreys Bay MMC

Reini Coetzee, left, gets ready to begin his third annual cross walk from Gonubie, East London to the Mighty Men Eastern Cape near Jeffreys Bay. With him are members of his support team who will accompany him along the 380km route.

Reini Coetzee is on the road again with his wooden cross, sharing the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and inviting men to attend the Mighty Men Eastern Cape Conference at Jeffreys Bay from Friday March 13 to Sunday March 15.

For the third consecutive year the ardent evangelist is wheeling his cross about 380 km to the mass men’s event — a gruelling journey with some stiff climbs that will require him to walk about 40km a day over the nine days he has allocated to reach his destination.

Reini, who has been called by the Lord to take the Gospel of Christ to the lost and hopeless, also undertook an epic cross walk to Namibia last year.

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See video of Reini at start of his walk:

The MMC Committee invites road-users who see Reini anywhere during his long trek to send them a photo, voicenote or video to record the experience — or to call them at 082 378 3839 to share if they have had a lifechanging experience with the Lord as a result of the encounter.

They also encourage motorists to honk if they see Reini and his team, to stop and pray with them and to offer them something to drink.

“Every step that Reini will be taking will be a victory cry that the enemy has been defeated by Jesus. The light will drive back the darkness. Captives will be set free. Sick will be healed. Addicts will be delivered,” say the organisers.

The weekend guest speaker lineup at the MMC EC at Mooi Uitsig farm near Jeffreys Bay includes Freek Vermaak, Neville Goldman, and Johnny Louw. Angus Buchan will be guest speaker at the free family service which kicks off at 9am on Sunday March 15. Praise and worship will be led by well-known Gospel singer Franna Benadé.

Tickets for the MMC at R50 can be booked at

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