His Grace Reflects

Day 1: Walking the Camino Portugues

Some people believe that you do not walk the camino. They think, the camino walks you. Just as you do not choose to walk, the camino […]

Day 2: A way of silence

There are many types of camino experiences. The French way is full of people. Over 200 people start every day. You get to know people and […]

Day 3: Camino – pain and joy

Walking the camino sounds romantic. There is an inner discipline that is required. This inner discipline is a constant reminder of the outer discipline that discipleship […]

Day 4: The inner pilgrim

Last night I met my first pilgrim. Sebastian from Columbia. We were both staying in the same Albergue. He left Fatima, the same time as me, […]

Day 5: Phillip or Emmaus?

This morning I awoke as normal 5:25am. I began as usual in absolute darkness. My phone as light and map to guide. My inner Pilgrim was […]

Day 6: Two Tales of a City

Today God passed my way and I was too dimwitted and afraid to recognize Him. Have you ever realized how fear shuts down our capacities? This […]

Day 7: Gratitude

On Friday when Jose and I were speaking, he said to me there was so much to be grateful to God for. God had treated him […]

Day 8: Angels

Have you ever seen an angel? Today I met one. I was in a difficult part of the journey. Neither GPS or the signs on the […]

Day 9: Bom Caminho

The Camino crosses many boundaries and thus interacts with many languages. In its heart and center it is still what it is—a spiritual odyssey. So to […]

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