By Scott Bass
We have a saying in our community that “It is our way to lose our way…” Losing our way is sometimes a good thing. The mystical experience is not part of most Christian’s journeys these days. We don’t see “the wilderness” or aimless wandering as a good thing in today’s goal-oriented culture.
But spending time in the wilderness can (and should) be not just part of a healthy spiritual journey, but it should become a part of our routine spiritual practices.