This year, Wonder Voyage Executive Director Shawn Small entered his first children’s book I Dream of Water into the Children’s Picture Book category of the Independent Publishers (IPPY) Awards. He and illustrator Jenny Robbins had previously won IPPY bronze and silver for their devotional guides The Via Crucis and Via Advent. “I had a good feeling about I Dream of Water taking…
One of the elements that separate a good pilgrimage from a great one is a team’s willingness to delve into the story of the location. In this introduction to Narrative Voyages, Executive Director Shawn Small shares why story is so powerful.
Do you know the key elements that separate a Wonder Voyage pilgrimage from other mission trips, field trips, and educational adventures? This video breaks down what makes our trips unique.
Looking to slow down and reconnect with wonder? This week, Wonder Voyage Guides share their favorite stateside hikes.
Considering planning your group’s next pilgrimage or mission trip yourself? Wonder Voyage Executive Director Shawn Small walks through the debate over penny-pinching when it comes to team travel.
Executive Director Shawn Small shares his experience in Big Bend on a recent Boundless Expeditions trip. Recently struck by COVID, the adventure was healing for his mind, body, and spirit.
Wonder Voyage Executive Director Shawn Small reflects on his family’s tradition of road trips and highlights 5 great Wonder Voyage road trip options. Ready to travel? Wonder is closer than you think.
Though 2020 has brought travel to a halt, Wonder Voyage is working hard to prepare to thrive in the coming years. Check out all that we’ve been working on.
Many churches return to Wonder Voyage year after year for another epic experience. In this short film, we follow one church as they prepare for their 14th pilgrimage.
Short term missions has become big business. Wonder Voyage started twenty years ago because, at the time, a good number of trips through mission organizations were being carried out in ways that were were unnecessary, unethical, and in bad taste. The only pilgrimage offerings, at that time, were from travel agencies that booked a local…