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Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Church Publishing Inc.
Publication Date: 2007
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Series: Spiritual Directors International
Sacred Companions: The Gift of Spiritual Friendship & DirectionDavid G. BennerInterVarsity Press / 2004 / Trade Paperback$12.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Candlelight: Illuminating the Art of Spiritual DirectionSusan PhillipsMorehouse Publishing / 2008 / Trade Paperback$34.385 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
Peter Ball looks at some of the leading figures from the past to illustrate the roots and development of Anglican spiritual direction: George Herbert, Lancelot Andrewes, John Wesley, Somerset Ward, and Evelyn Underhill. More recent influences in the revival of interest in the subject have been Kenneth Leech, Alan Jones, Gordon Jeff, and Margaret Guenther. This is an updated version of a book first published as Journey Into Truth. New material will include developments in Australia and the US, and the increasing role played by women, as well as updated resources.
The Spiritual Directors International Series This book is part of a special series produced by Morehouse Publishing in cooperation with Spiritual Directors International (SDI), a global network of some 6,000 spiritual directors and members.
Grounded and open, this eminently practical and incarnational guide draws on the depths of our ancient tradition with a post-modern willingness to engage all of being---soul, spirit, and body, as well as mind. A most useful introduction to spiritual direction and its current practice in the Anglican tradition. Katharine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church
In this comprehensive and accessible book, Peter Ball reminds us of the distinctive and significant contributions of the Anglican tradition to the ministry of spiritual direction. His work invites the reader to further exploration of the great figures and movements of past centuries, too often overlooked but profoundly relevant to the cure of souls. Further, his thoughtful examination of the work of Anglican spiritual directors throughout the world today offers fresh insight into this rich tradition. Margaret Guenther, author of Holy Listening: The Art of Spiritual Direction and At Home in the World: A Rule of Life for the Rest of Us
This fascinating and instructive overview reminds us of the humane and non-violent experience of the classic Anglican experience of Spirituality and its subsequent tradition of spiritual guidance. Just as Peter Ball shows just how much the Anglican experience is rooted in Scripture and history as well as communal and personal prayer and experience, so each chapter offers the chance to ground and personalise the topic through question and reflection. The tensions between the gifted amateur and the professional, true for many though not all traditions of spiritual guidance today, are laid bare and the reader is left free to make their own minds up about this as about other matters, such as future developments and the ways forward over different areas of strength and weakness. Andrew Walker, director of the London Centre for Spirituality