The paths we travel don’t always look the same. Some are smooth and straight, others are winding and bumpy.
But no matter what type of road we find ourselves on, Jesus meets us along the way.
He invites us to walk with him from wherever we are at, to places we never imagined possible.
Fellow travellers, let these songs inspire you on your journey as you meet the one who
alone can illuminate your path with certainty and hope for eternity.
Travellers are a five member band from Sydney, Australia with a passion for helping people to have honest
conversations with God and travel deeper in their personal relationship with Jesus.
This flowing shape represents the path of life that we are on as travellers. The circular shape on the right of the logo, symbolises the earth, our place of travel, and the way we can sometimes feel on the road - that we keep going around in circles and never get anywhere. There is a slight textured look which represents our sin and imperfections, and that the path we travel isn’t always easy.
Out of the circle comes a cross shape that flows around to the left, almost creating the Christian fish (ICHTHUS). It reminds us that Christ comes and intersects our path, meeting us wherever we are. The continuity of the shape is similar to an infinity symbol. Here it symbolises Christ’s eternal love for us and the eternal life we have when we travel the road with him.
The band were recently interviewed on the BLEAV podcast network's Contemporary Christian Music Talk - Episode 10. Host Ariel Faye chats to the band about Hope Alive, and features songs 'Around the Table' and 'When You See Me'. You can listen to the podcast via the link below, or on Spotify.
Inspired by the Word, immersed in prayer, led by the Spirit, sung in community.
That’s how the LifeWay Music project began. What originally started as a few new songs to bless the life and journey of a local congregation in mission, led to the formation of TRAVELLERS and the recording of their debut album HOPE ALIVE that we pray will bless your journey too.