To more clearly hear God’s plans for you, sometimes it is necessary to strike out on the road, leaving the comforts of your daily life behind. That was the case for Kim Brown, director of the Christian Renewal Center (CRC) in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. Back in 2012, Kim made the decision to put her career on hold to travel to Europe for a pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago, or Way of St. James. She shares how the Eucharist has aided her journey, then and ever since.
Kim Brown, author of the book, Spiritual Lessons Along the Camino, has enjoyed a rich and varied career over the years including serving as a firefighter, owning a national ranked haunted house attraction, running a Hurricane Katrina Shelter, hiking the Camino de Santiago, and leading student service trips across America. In an official capacity, Kim has worked for the Catholic Church as the Director of Adult Formation & RCIA, an Associate Director of Vocations for a Diocese, and as the Director of a Retreat Center. She also spent quite some time discerning a call to the religious life.
In the discussion that follows, Kim shares how the Eucharist has been pivotal during her walk with God.
To learn more about Kim’s ministry and for details on how to purchase her book, please visit https://www.kimbrown.info/.