I'll Push You: A Camino Journey of 500 Miles, Two Best Friends, and One Wheelchair

I'll Push You is a story of friendship and love, a story of hope and sacrifice, a story that explores the raw, deep human condition and the connections we all long for. The Camino de Santiago serves as a backdrop to the lives of Justin Skeesuck and Patrick Gray. I'll Push You provides insight into what it means to live for one another, what it means to overcome limitations, and what it means to push one another toward who we each long to be.

At first glance, this story appears to be an adventure tackling a physical challenge in order to fulfill the dream of a man who lives life from a wheelchair. The reality of I'll Push You is there are many ways we can push one another. Justin's perspective on life and the way in which he lives it pushes Patrick beyond his fears and doubts. Join us as we discover what it means to let go of safety and what it means to rest completely in faith.

 

I'll Push You is a wonderful and inspirational film.  https://www.illpushyou.com/    It was shown at Mount Vic Flicks in July 2018 to a full house and sponsored by Tony & Ce Jacques on behalf of the Blue Mountains Aust Supporters of the Camino.  Tony intends joining the I'll Push You: Accessible Camino in Sep/October 2019 from Leon to Santiago de Compostella.  This Camino is now fully subscribed but you can find out more here - https://www.illpushyou.com/camino-2019  

ABC Radio National audio about Noel Braun's story of walking the Camino at the age of 77 after the suicide of his wife.

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/drawingroom/a-pilgrimage-of-self-discovery/5390754 

ABC Radio National audio about a small Tasmanian town where a Catholic priest is using the Spanish pilgrimage as inspiration for a two-day walk in the Huon Valley.

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/drive/tasmania-pilgrimage/6668906

Also see http://www.waytostjames.com.au/

YouTube video by Jamie Nicoll shows his journey on the Camino Frances. Running time 2 hours.