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Publication Date: 18 Oct 2018
Publisher: IVP
Words: 45000
Page Count: 192
ISBN-13: 9781783597352, 9781783597369, 9781783599042

Travel

In Tandem With God's Heart
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Summary
Travel is fun – to state the very obvious. But what if it could be enriching, life-enhancing and lots, lots more? What if that hunger for self-discovery, identity and fulfilment could take you in undreamt-of directions?

‘How will you spend your summer or gap year? This could be a good way to oil your thinking and your praying.’ Julia Cameron

‘I have been travelling internationally for 45 years – I just wish I’d been able to read this book a long time ago – it would certainly have made me travel more thoughtfully. It’s a travelogue; it’s theology; it’s cultural education; it’s a challenge to undertake mission . . . A fascinating read.’ Peter Maiden

‘Loved it! What a marvellous journey through Scripture (and the author’s life); it will challenge, encourage and widen your perspective, not only on travel but also on the amazing One who created everything. In a world where it’s easier than ever to work or study abroad, this book deserves to be widely read.’ Sinead Norman

‘Gives us excellent fresh ideas for honouring God with our travels, and helps to shape perspectives on mission, tourism and the meaningful welcoming of overseas students.’ Alan Tower
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About the Author
Peter Grier describes himself as 'a traveller at heart' who works in an international student community and travels widely. He is Team Leader for Christian Unions in Munster and Connaught, Ireland, and is linked with European networks of IFES. He is passionate about helping millennials to maximize their travel experiences.
Press Reviews

I have been travelling internationally for 45 years. I wish I'd been able to read this book years ago - it would certainly have made me travel more thoughtfully: it's a travelogue; it's theology; it's cultural education; it's mission challenge all rolled into one. A fascinating read.

- Peter Maiden, International Director Emeritus of Operation Mobilization and former Chairman of Keswick Ministries

How will you spend your summer or gap year? In this unusual travelogue we're invited to reflect on First-world problems and real choices. This could be a good way to oil your thinking and your praying.

- Julia Cameron, writer and editor; author of Oxford and Cambridge Reformation Walking Tour

Loved it! What a marvelous journey through the stories of Scripture (and the author's life) that will challenge, encourage and widen your perspective, not only on travel, but also on the amazing One who created it all. In a world where it is easier than ever to work or study abroad, this book deserves to be widely read.

- Sinead Norman, Ministry Administrator at International Fellowship of Evangelical Students

Peter Grier gives us excellent, fresh ideas for honouring God with our travels, and helps shape perspective on mission, tourism and the meaningful welcoming of international students.

- Alan Tower, National Director of Friends International

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