Christian Travel Is More Than A Mission Trip

If you hear heard the term "Christian Travel" what comes to mind?

For many people it's mission trips, service projects, or youth groups going on a retreat. But I want to challenge you to reframe this thought.

Christian Travel is more than mission trips

In Deuteronomy 6, we are commanded to talk about God's commands in all situations. When we lie down, when we get up, when we are at home, and when we are on the road.

We are to be talking about our faith in all of our travels!

Therefore, Christian Travel is really anytime a Christian travels from one place to another with intentional connection & conversation with the Lord. This could be to the grocery store, to work, on a weekend trip, an international trip, etc!

Have you ever prayed for safe travels on the way to the grocery store?

Have you told God your vacation plans & asked Him to guide your way?

Have you prayed on your way to work & then let God rearrange your to do list that day?

Have you organized a group trip & prayed that participants would walk away with a deeper relationship with God?

Conversation & connection with God is a vital part of growing in our relationship with Him. That's why He instructs us to talk about Him in everything we do!

Christian praying while running errands

That's why Christian Travelers' Network does travel differently. We cover each trip in prayer from beginning to end, we help you connect with other Christians in group trips, and we give you tools to help you talk about your faith/ travel testimony as you see God in your journey!

If you'd like to learn more about the different ways we make travel unique, please head to our website:

Or, if you want to learn more about "Why God Calls Us To Travel," I encourage you to listen to episode 3 of the podcast.

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