Softening the Hearts of the G7 Leaders

Our pilgrims are continuing their walk from Newquay to Carbis Bay ahead of the G7 meeting this weekend. When asked how they felt on day three, their answers included: ‘encouraged’, ‘determined’, ‘hopeful’, ‘blessed’, ‘inspired’, ‘focused’ and ‘thankful’.

Meanwhile, six Christians arrived in Polmanter yesterday: ‘We shared food and then had a moving compline in the gathering darkness. We are praying for our collective prayers this weekend to soften the hearts of the leaders gathering in the bay below us. We can’t see them but we know they are just over the hill and our prayers are carried by the gusts of wind (and the odd drop of rain last night).’

And Sarah and Dave joined in with XR protests also attended by Gail Bradbrook.

If you’re at home, you can join us in prayer for G7 on Zoom this Saturday at 11am.

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