Ride, sleep, and see the world. | God's World News

It's our June giving drive! Help more kids see God at work in the culture.

Ride, sleep, and see the world.

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    A Nightjet sleeper train stops at a station in Vienna, Austria. (Marek Knopp/ÖBB/AP)
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    Nightjet has sleeper train routes in Europe. (Nightjet © Harald Eisenberger)
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    Trains allow riders to enjoy the view. (AP/Nicole Evatt)
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    Would you like to sleep on a train? (Amtrak handout)
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Choo-choo.   All aboard!  More people travel on trains.  Have a seat.  Look out the window.  Watch towns fly by.

Climb into bed.  The train rocks you to sleep.  Wake up in a new city!

Pray: Thank God He gave people ways to take trips and enjoy views.

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People in Europe are taking more overnight train rides. Many liked flying on planes better in the past. Plane tickets are often cheaper. Flights go faster. But people see that trains have a lot to offer. Slower travel means time to watch the landscape pass by. You can fall asleep in a cozy train bed. No hotel is needed! Many young people like that option. More companies offer sleeper trains now.

“In peace I will both lie down and sleep. For you alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety.” (Psalm 4:8)

For more about trains, see Train by Elisha Cooper in our Recommended Reading.