In this workbook the author challenges us to consider the idea that pilgrimage is a human need. That these intentional encounters with God lead to personal growth and spiritual transformation. She proposes that it can take on many different forms. It can happen in your local area and look like: a hike, walking a labyrinth or stations of the cross. It can be a service-focused journey (short-term mission trip). It can also look like international travel to ancient ruins, heart places, or destinations of profound beauty or culture. While a pilgrimage can take hours or months, it has less to do with the details of the journey than the heart and focus of the traveler.