Ride Proclamation!

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:14

Follow The Spirit Ride!

Follow Lowell White as rides his bike from Palmdale to the Louisiana/Texas border. Lowell will be updating this on a regular basis. Listen to audio or watch video from the trip, or visit the live gallery to see pictures from the 2014 Spirit Ride.

PINK Mountain to Wononow, BC Canada


I would love to be on the road at this time but I have a connection, so I am stopping to blog.  Blogging has become a part of this trek. I feel a responsibility to the people following me, or traveling along with me by computer.  I am thankful for all the company, you guys.

Today is 7/23/2010, and I am at Pink Mountain Campground and RV Park, with 65 kilometers to Wonowon before the next lodge, and food. After that stop I will have 76 kl to Ft.  St. John, a larger town in the Province of Canada.

Fort St. John (pop. 16,034)  Is one of the oldest European settlements in BC.

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Ft.  St. John was established in 1793 as a fur-trading outpost. The town thrives on the expanding gas and oil exploration in the region  as well as on it’s more established lumber and cattle ranching industries. The settlement also is a starting point for hunting and fishing expeditions into the surrounding wilderness.

Please pray for souls to be saved,  the Lord answers prayers.  I must be going now.

The Holy Spirit Is Here.

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  1. Micki Goodell says:

    Hey Lowell, praying for you today. I was so inspired by your bison video that I went and bought some and we had bison burgers for dinner last night. Delicious! Too bad you didn’t bring your bow and arrow. You could have had some wild Tatanka (that’s Lakota for bison) to roast on your campfire. We miss you!

  2. Pastor Gary Maaser says:

    Hello bro. Lowell,

    Were you able to get a place in Pink Mountain via Corey Ollenberger?

    You are doing a great job biking for the Lord and the Holy Spirit.

    Keep on peddaling for Him.


  3. Pastor Gary Maaser says:

    We (the Pentecostal Hi-Way Tabernacle) were blessed to have you join us in Fort Nelson for about a week. Thanks for sharing an encouraging word on Sunday, July 18, about the Holy Spirit who is here amongst us. Several believers shared that they were glad that you came and shared. Nera and I were blessed to have you with us. May the Lord richly bless you as you serve Him.

  4. Pastor Gary Maaser says:

    Say hello to your wife, family, Church and friends from us here in Fort Nelson.

    Happy Trails!

  5. Lowell says:

    The trails are happy my brother. Today is Saturday July 24th , and I am in Ft St John. The Lord blessed me with the contacts the Pastor from Whitehorse gave me when I visited with he and his wife. I am secure here with Christians. Praise God. “Our God is a good God.” Thank you so much for the love and care you showed toward me “And my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” (Phil. 4:19)

  6. Lowell says:

    I rented a campsite and met Corey the next morning on my way out. He gave me the phone number to the business in Ft St John, because that’s where his father and mother are at this time.

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