Description: And Grace Will Lead Me Home is gift for new and seasoned journal writers alike. Using the insights of pilgrimage theology and practice, this guide serves faithful integration for students and others involved in service learning, study abroad, and immersion programs. The prompts spur expanded awareness and description so writers notice the breadth of their experience. Bible verses and quotations from pilgrims across the ages support journaling with perspective, wisdom, and wit. The progression of the guide encourages attentiveness before travelers depart, validates the disconcerting reality of culture shock and liminal spaces, and then supports claiming God's presence and gifts in new discoveries and transformations. And Grace Will Lead Me Home has been tested by undergraduates and seminarians, pastors and lay leaders in a myriad of travel and service opportunities. Journal writers consistently acclaim that the guide serves both breadth and depth in writing and reflection. Endorsements: ""The difference between being a tourist and being a pilgrim is the difference between consuming an experience and attending to it. This book teaches pilgrims how to pay attention, specifically, how to weave the journey into a story that holds meaning, depth, and even direction for the way ahead. Pilgrims need this guide in their backpack--whether they travel or simply stay put."" --Martha E. Stortz Bernhard M. Christensen Professor for Religion and Vocation Augsburg College About the Contributor(s): Paul Rohde is campus pastor at Augustana College. He has been on pilgrimage with students to Native American reservations, New York City soup kitchens, flood and tornado disaster relief sites, Holden Village, Taiz (France), Iona (Scotland), and the Camino de Santiago (Spain).