- Search for meaning and success in life by traveling back into time and conversing with seven historic individuals
- The Traveler’s Gift
Andy Andrews, what could this one man possibly have to say that is important enough for the Commander of the Allied Air Forces to ask his help?
Why did every senior leader the United States Air Force has in Europe and the Middle East recently assemble in one room—at one time—to listen?
Who is this man who walked the golf course with Hall of Fame, Nancy Lopez as she played her last tournament as a touring professional?
Why was he invited to spend an afternoon with General Norman Schwarzkopf and his son?
What was he asked to discuss with ninety-one-year-old Bob Hope, alone by the swimming pool in the entertainer’s backyard?
Hailed by a New York Times writer as a “modern day Will Rogers who has quietly become one of the most influential people in America,” Andy Andrews a novelist whose combined works have sold millions of copies worldwide.
He has been received at the White House and has spoken at the request of four different United States Presidents.
The Traveler’s Gift is a stunning story of one man’s search for meaning and success in life by traveling back into time and conversing with seven historic individuals. Its message of hope, faith, and perseverance is transforming thousands of lives worldwide every day, spurring a teen version, The Young Traveler’s Gift, a journal, The Traveler’s Gift Journal, a home study audio program, Timeless Wisdom from the Traveler, and life-study curriculum in high schools, mental health organizations and prisons nationwide.
Andrews lived a relatively normal life until the age of 19. It was then that both his parents died—his mother from cancer, his father in an automobile accident. “I took a bad situation and made it much worse,” Andrews says with a rueful smile referring to choices he made during this tragic period of his life. Within a span of several years, the young man found himself literally homeless, sleeping occasionally under a pier on the gulf coast or in someone’s garage.
It was at that time Andrews asked a profound question that would alter his own life, and ultimately affect millions of people: “Is life just a lottery ticket or are there choices one can make to direct his future?”