Challenges come with rewards as the Bishops conquer Oregon’s McKenzie Pass
2. Happy Campers
At the end of a blistering hot day, camping has its benefits after all!
3. Moving Meditation
Photos and word pictures capture a tranquil ride along the Lochsa River in Idaho’s Clearwater National Forest
4. Encouragement Comes in Many Forms
Encouragement acts as a wonderful antidote when the touring becomes more difficult
5. Rising to New Heights in the Bighorn
The longest day on the road becomes the pinnacle of the cycling on TheHopeLine Tour of 2014
6. God’s Perfect Timing
An unexpected halt in bicycling on TheHopeLine Tour allows the Bishops a special blessing
7. Surviving Suicide
A stepparent who lost a stepchild to suicide describes the tragedy and horror of that life-changing day
8. Coincidental Has Become Commonplace
What seems like another appointment orchestrated by God ends with the Bishops wondering about it
9. Do You Believe in Miracles?
Breaking free from Sioux City, Iowa, despite the clutches of a bat on Debbie’s foot
10. Healing Power
After two weeks in Sioux City, Iowa, with pain in her leg, Debbie celebrates God’s healing in her leg and her life
11. Divine Pairings
On the birthday of Tim’s late mother, he describes a chat with a young man distraught over the loss of his mother
12. New Beginnings across the Mississippi
Crossing the Mississippi and meeting a passionate man at an Illinois restaurant provides renewed energy
13. Blow the Whistle
Debbie finds a creative use for Tim’s dog whistle, at her own expense
14. A Way Out
Sometimes the only way to find yourself is to reverse course, a life lesson taught in Kentucky after a wrong turn
15. My Two Dads
On her late father’s birthday and the day her stepfather dies, Debbie reflects on the blessings of knowing them
16. An Abrupt End
In this two-part post, total strangers bring TheHopeLine Tour to a soft landing with their overwhelming kindness
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