God desires a forgiven, full life for everyone. The Camino is a good place to consider all He has for you.Read More
Favorite questions from future pilgrims often focus on gear and travel plans, and that IS important to your trip. Those of us who have already walked know there is more. And it is often called the “Inner Camino."Read More
Closer observation of the stones will show that some have prayers written on them, some hold down longer messages written on paper or photographs.Read More
Walk, breathe deeply, hydrate, eat, rest, listen. Repeat. After walking on the Camino for a few days the rhythm of the journey centers on the pace of your stride, and the sound of your breathing. You are more aware of your surroundings than at home, because your surroundings are unfamiliar. The sounds. The smells. The temperature. The sun or rain. The light...Welcome interruptions as friends. Change what you can that needs changing, but have the grace to accept what you cannot change.Read More
How about sitting down with a trusted friend over a cup of coffee or a beer this week to talk it over. Rather than making resolutions, think in terms of what things you want to discover, embrace, become, give. Our Camino Provisions team have realized that the experiences and relationships gained from walking the Camino de Santiago are more valuable and precious to us than any material item.Read More
On a solo pilgrimage, you have no one’s expectations to manage but your own, but within a group it is good to be on the same page about the following things...