Just Walking connects the relatively simple experience of physical walking to the more challenging experience of spiritual walking with the Lord. Walking each morning for physical fitness becomes a time for meditation that is shared in a simple but heartfelt manner that all walks of life will find refreshing and encouraging. Many authors, including the writers of the Old and New Testament, have used the analogy of walking to exemplify a godly life. Walking becomes a perfect backdrop for many illustrations and examples of life. With a special emphasis on walking for exercise Just Walking uses the motif of the Christian walk as it connects readers with the struggles of everyday life. Each devotion presents a relatively simple experience of physical walking to the more complex experience of spiritual walking with our Lord. The subject matter is as varied as the Creation. Spider webs, no trespassing signs, letters in the author's mailbox, deer in the waterway, and the changing seasons along a country road all become a basis for the devotion and prayer for the day. The spiritual avenues are as varied as the subject matter. Failing to pray as one should, relating to other Christians and the world, grieving for family members, and leading those who follow are only a few of the paths that are traveled by readers. Brief directives for aspects of physical walking are intermingled among the devotions. Just Walking is an encouragement and inspiration to those who desire to walk-spiritually and/or physically.