In 2003, evangelist Clive Cornish and photographer Lathan Ball set out from Cardiff to walk 450 miles around Wales. Carrying a large wooden cross the purpose of this walk was to challenge people to think again about the Gospel message. Before leaving home Clive’s family and friends said, “It was impossible”. As they arrived home four weeks later Clive passed under a large billboard carrying the advertising slogan “They said it was impossible.” Reminding Clive and Lathan that what is impossible with men is possible with God.
Clive, who comes from a broken background, knows that it was God’s love that rescued him from a life of alcohol, drugs, crime, violence and prison. To many people this gruelling expedition was seen as lunacy. But for Clive it provided a unique opportunity to challenge people to think again about the Christian message.
Clive and Lathan have now walked over 5000 miles through Wales, from Land’s End to John O’Groats and from Jerusalem to Rome in the Footsteps of the Apostle Paul. After two years writing and assembling an e-book describing and documenting these unique journeys has been completed.
This book is now available as a download. Download these carefully selected images (90 photographs) and inspirational stories and support Threesixteen and its exciting work.