“Fill your life with adventures, not things. Have stories to tell, not stuff to show.” —Unknown
Hike a mountain.
Cross a river.
Learn about a new culture.
Stroll through a valley.
Talk to a stranger.
Dance in the rain.
Stare at the stars.
Gaze at the clouds.
Eat ice cream for breakfast.
Listen to the birds.
Walk along a train track.
Swim in the ocean.
Climb a tree.
Ask the Holy Spirit to lead.
The more you get lost in surroundings that are bigger than yourself, the more you will ask the bigger questions of life and believe in a bigger vision of purpose and perspective.
Adventures nudge us to pursue possibility.
Adventures challenge us to dream bigger, push further and dig deeper.
Adventures help us discover what is going on in the world around us.
Adventures reveal how much more to life there really is.
And adventures lead to us humble places of faith and trust.
It’s why Zaccheus climbed a tree.
Why Peter got out of the boat.
Why Abraham explored new land.
Why Caleb saw potential.
Why David danced before the Lord.
And why Moses answered the call.
When we adventure, we discover a God who is so much more powerful, majestic and creative than our limited perspective and understanding of Him. And that’s a beautiful thing because that’s what a faith adventure is all about.
What adventure might He be calling you towards today?
“You’re off to great places. Today is your day. Your mountain is waiting. So get on your way.” —Dr. Seuss