Reflections from along the Great Glen Way

I recently walked along the Great Glen Way, which is a long distance path which follows the Great Glen, alongside the Caledonian canal and three lochs (including Loch Ness), from Fort William to Inverness. The walk is though some beautiful countryside with spectacular scenery and breathtaking views and I would highly recomend it.

My daughters, wife and I had set out along the Great Glen Way, nine months earlier, but only my wife was able to finish the whole 78 miles on that occiasion and so I returned to complete this amazing walk in May 2022.

I decided to use the hike as some space for a spiritual retreat, but rather than asking God about specific things, I decided to try to listen as I walked and these eight short videos contain some of the thoughts that came to me as I walked and talked with God along the way.

The videos are deliberately bite sized in nature at 1-2 minutes each and I hope that they help you to ponder what living an everyday faith means as we travel through life. You can watch the videos individually below or all at once via this YouTube playlist.

About honestaboutmyfaith

Hi, my name is Graeme and I’m married to a very patient wife. We have 4 children, 2 rabbits, a terrapin (and not a lot of peace and quiet!). I’m a Regional Minister for the Eastern Baptist Association in the UK (the views expressed in this blog are my own) and I am especially interested in making Church accessible to people who have no church background and also in how we disciple people in order to equip them to live out their faith in the 21st Century.
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