Guest Blog: Spiritual Direction as Companionship Through the Valley of Deconstruction

Please meet my colleague, Chris Eaker.  Chris is a Spiritual Director with a Graduate Certificate in Spiritual Direction from Richmont Graduate University. His style of spiritual direction is contemplative and reflective and includes listening prayer and imaginative prayer. 

Guest Blog: Five Reasons for Evangelicals to Explore the ancient art of Spiritual Direction

Guest Blog: Please meet my colleague Dr. Rev. Saundra Biltz. She works as an ecumenical Spiritual Director in private practice. Saundra is also an ordained minister, Bible instructor and medical professional with 30 years of experience.

Guest Blog: The Path of Grief

“My grief is raw today. I live with it every day, but somedays I feel it more deeply and acutely than others. Today is one of those days. Today I feel the loss in the very marrow of my being. I grieve many things, as I think perhaps we all do when we reach a certain age and the path behind us is littered with regrets, disappointments, losses and mistakes.

Guest Blog: What is The Art of Spiritual Direction?

Guest Blog. Please meet my colleague, Shannon Jernigan, Spiritual Director. She helps others journey into the truths of God, self, relationships, work and the world.  Shannon has studied healing from anger, shame and addiction under Dr. Paul Hegstrom’s Life Skills International and has been trained in Advanced Sozo, a form of healing prayer. 

Guest Blog: The Sacred Art of Living: Meaning, Connectedness, Forgiveness and Hope

The Sacred Art of Living Guest Blog. Please meet my colleague, Reverend Shirley VanDamme. Reverend Shirley creates a safe space to explore one’s belief system and one’s relationship to the Divine. Sometimes religious beliefs no longer seem to be fulfilling. Searching may come at a time of transition or a time of questioning. Reverend Shirley... Continue Reading →

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