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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

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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.

Reflecting In Winslow


Winslow (Navajo: Beesh Sunil) is a city in Navajo County, Arizona. (A little info for the intellectuals.) I was recalling the day as I was passing through Bullhead City, Arizona, when I got a flat on the BOB trailer I am pulling behind the bicycle. I hadn’t thought about bringing spare tubes for flats on the BOB, so I had to seek a solution. As I was pondering a solution, one of three ladies inquired about my travels, and I began to share briefly about the trek I am on; it was a mother and her daughters.

Once they found out I was a pastor, one of the daughters asked me to pray for her sister. The sister shared about her physical challenges for many years, which had brought on a tiredness, hopelessness, and disappointment in God. I ministered God’s love for her, His faithfulness, and plans for her life. Then the four of us stood holding hands praying in front of a Safeway store. Afterwards, a light came into her eyes, a smile on her face, and hopefulness in her voice. She began to say over and over, “I will trust God; I can trust Him and worship Him however I feel. Hallelujah!”

I was asked afterward how they could help me, and I told them that I didn’t have a spare tube to repair the flat on my BOB trailer. The sister that asked me to pray took the trailer wheel to the bike shop that was near her home and brought it back repaired and brought two extra tubes! When I offered to pay, she refused and showed me the small thorn that had caused the flat, which was clearly the hand of God. When I returned the small thorn to her, she said she would keep it and share with her sister the faithfulness of God. As she was walking away to find her mother and sister, she turned and said, “I love you.”

I felt in my spirit Abba Father saying, “I love you my son!” I thought about the love of God for His children as I continued on the journey cycling across country.

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