St. Louis, MO: St. Louis Chapter, Book Club Discussion: “Camino Lessons: Losing Twenty-First Century Fears on an Ancient Pilgrimage Trail” by Deborah Weltman

May 14, 2022 3:00PM


6714 Bonnie Ave., Saint Louis, MO 63123

Cost None

Event Contact Amy Horton | Email


Join us for a discussion of “Camino Lessons: Losing Twenty-First Century Fears on an Ancient Pilgrimage Trail”, a Camino memoir by our STL chapter’s very own Deborah Weltman.

This event will be hosted at the author’s home. We will plan to gather in her back garden. (Guests will have access to restroom inside the home.) Please bring a lawn chair, sunscreen and a hat for shade, your own beverage, and a potluck snack to share with fellow pilgrims.

Please RSVP so we know how many pilgrims and friends to expect.

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On the cusp of her 60th birthday, physically unprepared, with no financial savings, and no clue how to make her big dream a reality, Deborah began her journey.

Camino Lessons is the recounting of many serendipitous and improbable, real events which occurred when Deborah Terra Weltman quit her waffling-and-wanting and committed to DOING. With a huge leap of faith, she made a personal commitment and began preparing to walk the Camino de Santiago, an ancient 500-mile pilgrimage trail across northern Spain.

Join Deborah as she trains for walking 10-15 miles per day, confronts her fund-raising fears, and receives unexpected help and life lessons in ways she could not possibly have imagined.

By sharing the stories and experiences of her Camino journey, Deborah hopes readers will be encouraged to step into their own big dream, overcome their fears, and trust their Divine Source to guide them along their path.

Learn more about Deborah’s book and find a link to a sample of the first chapter at her website: