The concept of a journey speaks to us all.  It crosses cultural, ethnic, national, and all other kinds of boundaries.  Even children understand the idea that a journey is more than a trip from point A to point B. There’s meaning in the destination – but there’s also meaning in the journey itself.

In Christianity, the phrase “walking with God” if often used, and even there we see movement, the steps taking one on a sojourn with the Creator. Along and in between, we go off on many tangents, but perhaps taken as a whole, we can see a map detailing our momentous adventure with God.

Join us in the coming weeks as we move one from our last theme, love, and explore our new one, journeys.

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