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Where travel stories, community, and Scripture combine.

Christian Travelers' Network Sarah Wudkte

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9 • 7 Ratings

Where travel stories, community, and Scripture combine.

    CTN 126: Imposter Syndrome & Your Calling (Exodus 3:1-4:17)

    CTN 126: Imposter Syndrome & Your Calling (Exodus 3:1-4:17)

    Imposter Syndrome. A person who doubts their skills, talents, & accomplishments and fears being exposed as a fraud (Wikipedia). When stepping into your calling, or traveling for the Lord, have you ever felt like an imposter? Have you every doubted that you were the right person for the task at hand? Have you ever found yourself thinking: "Lord, please choose someone else!" Let me tell you - you aren't alone in your doubts. Moses also objected to the Lord, when they Lord told him that he would be Israel's leader and get them to the Promised Land. In this weeks podcast we will take a look at Exodus 3:1-4:17 and reflect on how the Lord used Moses (& us) despite his fears! 


    Just a brief reminder, this is the last week for early bird registration for our trip to Punta Cana! Full priced registrations close in early October. You can find this and other resources on our website, at www.christiantravelers.net


    Until next time, safe travels & God Bless!

    • 29 min
    CTN 125: Family Reunion (Genesis 46-50)

    CTN 125: Family Reunion (Genesis 46-50)

    Have you ever been to a family reunion? No, I'm not talking about a gathering over the holidays - I'm talking about a destination based family gathering with extended family. I've been to a few - in Branson, at Disneyworld, in Tennessee. But none of them compare to the family reunion Joseph experienced when he was reunited with his Father in Egypt.  After 15-30 years of separation, meeting his little brother, and three years of famine - the two are finally reunited. It's messy, it's beautiful, and it paints a small picture of what the reunion will be like when we go to our heavenly home. 


    I encourage you to read Genesis 46-50 for yourself, and look at God's Word through the eyes of a traveler. To ponder, what that heavenly reunion will truly look like.


    If you are seeking opportunities to travel with other Christians, to explore God's Word together while exploring His creation - then I encourage you to join us in Punta Cana in January! Earlybird registrations are due by Sept 25th and officially registration closes in early October. Full details can be found on our website: www.christiantravelers.net


    Until next time, safe travels & God Bless!

    • 26 min
    CTN 124: The Repentant Traveler (Genesis 43-45)

    CTN 124: The Repentant Traveler (Genesis 43-45)

    Over the past couple weeks we have been following the story line of nomads Sarah & Abraham down through their descendants. In this episode, we will be taking a closer look at Joseph's family's story. Specifically how one choice leads to a life of agony, guilt, shame, and ever growing pile of sin. As this family travels back and forth between Canaan & Egypt, the Lord works on their hearts and leads them to repentance. 


    As Christian travelers, we know that change of perspective can take time. As we walk through different scenarios, we learn and grow as we encounter different things in our journey that continue to change us to reflect our Creator. Sometimes, one of the hardest parts of that journey is repenting of our own sins and faulty logic. Join us as we dive into Genesis 43-45!


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    If you would like to dive into God's Word with other Christians as you travel the world - it's not too late to sign up for a trip to Punta Cana! You can find out more about this exciting adventure at www.christiantravelers.net


    Until next times, safe travels & God bless!

    • 25 min
    CTN 123: Guarding our Mind and Relationship for the Rocky Roads (Genesis 37, 39-42)

    CTN 123: Guarding our Mind and Relationship for the Rocky Roads (Genesis 37, 39-42)

    Growing up my father loved the saying "life's not fun or fair.' As a kid, I absolutely hated that saying, because I had this strong belief that we make what we want out of our lives and that God didn't leave us here to be miserable. So, if I wanted to have a joy filled life I could chase after that. I believe it was possible to produce an income doing a job that I absolutely loved! While there's a lot of truth to that, I have also grown up and I've walk through some toxic jobs, I've experienced the negative side of adulting - which is rocky and uncertain and there's this constant worry about bills even when the emergency fund is ready. 


    This rock road, reminds me of the story of Joseph. He went through a series of trials and testing: being sold off by his brothers, almost being raped by his Masters' wife, being put in prison, and yet he held onto his faith. He held onto an outlook that honored and worshiped God instead of falling into the sin of worry. In this weeks episode, we'll be be looking at Genesis 37 & 39-42. 


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    We would love for you to join us in Punta Cana, January 14-17, 2021! We will be connecting with other Christian travelers & diving into God's Word together. You can learn more about this on our website! www.christiantravelers.net 

    • 33 min
    CTN 122: Wrestling With Your Identity Is A Part of the Journey

    CTN 122: Wrestling With Your Identity Is A Part of the Journey

    Today, we will be looking at the story of Jacob and Esau. When God changes Jacob's name, Jacob really struggles with this change in identity. He goes from being a deceiver to the one who wrestles with God.  Travel tends to change our identity, and it can be hard to explain that to those who didn't get to travel with us. So, in this weeks episode we will be exploring how we wrestle with our identity as we unpack  Genesis 31 & 32. I will be also sharing a little bit about how my own name change influenced my travel experiences!


    If you want to connect with your brothers & sisters in Christ, travel together, and dive into God's Word - I highly recommend that you sign up for our trip to Punta Cana in January. Earlybird registration date is September 25th.


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    Until next time, safe travels & God bless!

    • 23 min
    CTN 121: How Family Feuds Affect Travel Plans

    CTN 121: How Family Feuds Affect Travel Plans

    While I pray that you don't experience family/friend tensions while  on your road trips or adventures, I know that feuds and tension are just a part of the uncomfortableness of travel. My family and I loved camping trips, but sometimes in the midst of packing there would be so much tension that by the time we got on the road one more bickering comment or one more frustrated word and we would suddenly find ourselves returning home and unpacking everything. Again, I pray this isn't you and I pray that you have the freedom to adventure without family feuds, but ignoring that they do exist is a problem. Today, we're going to be looking at the story of Laban and how he ends up creating family feuds that influence others travel plans. Specifically, we're going be pouring over Genesis chapter 30 and 31.


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    If you want to connect with your brothers & sisters in Christ, explore a unique destination, and dive into God's Word - then join us in Punta Cana on January 14-17, 2022! More details can be found at our website: www.christiantravelers.net! 


    Until next time, safe travels & God Bless!


     


     

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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

kjk1206 ,

Exactly what I needed ❤️

Seriously God works in mysterious ways! This one episode just popped up after a Lutheran hour devotional episode and it was exactly what I needed to hear! I love how she talks through what’s happening in the reading and applies it to real life so well! It was the perfect episode at the perfect time ❤️ thank you, Sarah!!

ps53:6 ,

Christian Travelers Unite

It’s so great to see a podcast devoted to Christian Travel. The episodes that feature guests are compelling to listen to, as you get to hear the stories from fellow believers and how God is using travel in their lives.

NOgbourne ,

Such a good perspective!

As a traveler, outdoor enthusiast, and a Christian, it’s been good for me to listen to conversations about how God uses—even calls us to—travel. I appreciate the information, the conversations, and the perspective.

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