05 May Day 01 World Without Orphans Cycling Team 4000’ climb
Saturday, Day 01 of the World Without Orphans Cycling Team tour from the California coast to the Miami coast.
These photographs are from today’s 72 mile ride with its grueling 4000’ climb from the Pacific Ocean. Temperatures soared into the nineties but fresh picked oranges and frozen popsicles helped cool things down.
About this event –
Pastor Gennadiy Mokhnenko and his team of former street children from Mariupol Ukraine have a big vision. A world without orphans. In 2011, they began a ride across the former Soviet Union to dispel myths preventing families from adopting children who needed families. This started a movement to go global, and since that first ride, they have crossed Europe and Asia and have seen over 200 children be placed into forever families! They only lack North America to complete this journey around the world.
Learn how you can be part of this historic event as they ride from Los Angeles to Miami in the Summer of 2018 to raise support and awareness for the global orphan crisis and promote adoption.
Go to https://soworldwide.org/2018-bike-ride/ and see the events planned for your area!
Last year I rode with Gennadiy and his cycling team as they made their way from Paris, France to the Atlantic Ocean, proclaiming their message of a World Without Orphans everywhere they went.
See the stories on my blog at https://capturinggrace.org and select France.
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