The man who carried the cross around the world in every nation and is listed in the Guinness World Records for the world’s longest walk over 41,552 miles in 324 countries, islands groups & territories for 48 years. First carried the cross in 1968. Stories & photos of the cross in every nation. Denise travels with me always and has been in 294 countries.  She drives in front with supplies.
First day of the world crosswalk, December 25, 1969 from Hollywood, CA.
Still Walking with the Cross Around the World in 2016.

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Recent Posts

  • Scriptures for Healing

    Arthur and Denise Blessitt Prayer

    ‘Is not my word like fire’, declares the Lord ‘and like a hammer that breaks a rock in pieces? Worship the Lord your God and His blessing will be on your food and water and I will take away sickness from among you. Bless the Lord, O my soul and forget not all His benefits, […]

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  • Healed, Carrying the Cross

    Arthur Blessitt May3,2016

    Jesus did it. Today I was carrying the cross two weeks after the large hematoma in my left calf. Great to be on the road again. Thanks for the prayers. “When everything says ‘No’, here comes Jesus!” Will be extending the miles & live streaming on the road this week by the Grace of God. […]

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  • Leg calf Hematoma


    Photo shows a 1 x 2 x 5 inch hematoma (blood) in my left leg calf. I have much swelling & pain. I’ve faced many challenges in my body carrying the cross around the world. Now another. “For I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, to be content.” Phil.4:11. We welcome your prayers. I […]

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  • Share Jesus Challenge

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    The Share Jesus World Challenge! The New Internet Jesus Movement is Now! Many of you are overflowing with the joy of Jesus and are ready to Go to the World. The Challenge: Followers of Jesus to take the message of salvation through Jesus Christ to every nation and major island group in the world! It […]

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