“There is joy in the journey,” Smith writes, “precisely when we don’t try to make a home out of our car, so to speak. There is love on the road when we stop loving the road. There are myriad gifts along the way when we remember that it’s a way. There is delight in the sojourn when we know where home is.”
Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon discusses finding our true home and the only way to get there, in “Knowing the Destination; Knowing the Way” from John 14:1-7.