More information on The Jesus Way (Spiritual Theology Series)
Eugene Peterson
A way of sacrifice. A way of failure. A way on the margins. A way of holiness. All of these ways prepared the "way of the Lord" that became incarnate and complete in Jesus. But somewhere along the line, have we lost the way? In The Jesus Way Eugene Peterson continues the thought-provoking spiritu... (more)
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Andrea Skevington
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Belden C Lane
In the tradition of Kathleen Norris, Terry Tempest Williams, and Thomas Merton, The Solace of Fierce Landscapes explores the impulse that has drawn seekers into the wilderness for centuries and offers eloquent testimony to the healing power of mountain silence and desert indifference. Interweavin... (more)
More information on Dream Talk
Katrina Wilson
Many people do not take their dreams seriously. But what if dreams mean something? What if they are important? What if God is speaking to people while they sleep? In Dream Talk, Katrina Wilson explains that God speaks to us in the quiet of the night, when we are more open to His voice. While we ... (more)
More information on God's Little Book of Love
Richard Daly
Love. The very word has inspired thousands of songs, poems, speeches, and stories. It is the basis upon which human relationships are born and develop, and is said to make the world go around. This small book of religious inspiration teaches that anyone can make a difference, even if it is with just... (more)
More information on Invincible Spirits: A Thousand Years of Women's Spiritual Writings
Felicity Leng
Evelyn Underhill has said that "every religion looks for, and most have possessed, some revealer of the Spirit." In "Invincible Spirits," Felicity Leng brings us profound and moving words from some of the brilliant women who have been the revealers of their times. Many silent and forgotten voices ... (more)
More information on A Monastic Vision for the Twenty-first Century: Where Do We Go from He
Patrick Hart
An ancient lifestyle which has been adapted, renewed, and is still being followed today, monasticism appears to some outside it as a quaint anachronism and to others as the sanest of all ways of living. Can it survive in the post post-modern world? A dozen insiders and outsiders-monastics, academics... (more)
More information on Francis Of Assisi - A Model for Human Liberation
Leonardo Boff
In this classic work, Brazilian theologian Leonardo Boff examines the relevance of St. Francis to contemporary spirituality and to the construction of a new church. Eschewing sentimental images of the Poverello, Boff's Francis embodies "the preferential option for the poor." As a "model of gentlenes... (more)
More information on Quiet Spaces: The City
Naomi Starkey