Theology of Travel
Do you have a ‘theology of travel’?
For many of you, the Bible is central to your relationship with God… In addition, you love travelling! Travel for you might be a spiritual endeavour. It might even be one of the ways you worship God. The preparation, the growing excitement, the journeying to, the arriving, the exploring, the tasting, the laughing, the returning, the sharing… all of the above done in the context of enjoying a good God Who has made a good creation to be explored and enjoyed!
Many of you travel-seekers will have often resonated with the opening lines of Psalm 19:1 as you explore His planet…
“The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims His handiwork.”
I’d like to invite you to think about this: In a sense, travel done the right way is a partial fulfillment of the Genesis Commission to fill the earth and subdue it. One of our primal callings is to experience Christ in and through what He has created. The command in Genesis 1:28 is an invitation - It’s an invitation to explore, to discover, to map, to study, to climb, to experience, to enjoy, to taste, to see, to hear, to adventure.
Ireland isn’t Heaven; What Ireland is now… is not what it will be then… However, it does a pretty good job of whetting the appetite!
Why not check out some of our tours and get in touch. We’d love to explore Ireland with you and, if you're open to it, maybe even shape your very own theology of travel!