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the culture of the Camino de Santiago backpacking

Camino Culture

After seeing the movie “The Way,” I sensed that a walk on the Camino might be in my future at some point in my life. There’s something about it that has pulled pilgrims like a giant magnet down its 500 mile length. It’s been two weeks now that we’ve been hiking  the Way of St. James and I can tell you that I’m a fan. Over and over things about life on the Camino...

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Leadership Development

Leadership Development

I’m on a 200 mile hike on the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain. Here’s why: For several years now, I’ve been dreaming about creating a high voltage leadership development experience for twenty-somethings. Our best young leaders need to have the opportunity to see what God is doing around the globe and to learn how to make a difference. A few months ago, we started with a smal...

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WHY DO THIS? The world’s pain cries out for leadership. Orphans, AIDS, the sex trade, poverty – the list is long.  Where are the leaders who will bring hope to those who need it most?  Will the church that Jesus founded be relevant? Kingdom Journeys develops leaders who will make a difference. We don’t teach young leaders in the safety of a classroom. Instead, we expose them to pain by throwing th...

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