Spiritual Journaling

Spiritual Journaling : God's Whispers in Daily Living


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Spiritual Journaling is a definitive exploration of spiritual enlightenment that helps develop a renewed spiritual emphasis in one's life. The author says, Wake up, write down, explore, and see new beginings in your life. Transformation through writing is not new, but Spiritual Journaling opens up new ways of understanding God's work and will in our lives. Brother Dan Phillips has been a leader in spirituality for over four decades. He has led conferences on prayer, spiritual journaling, the spirituality of Thomas Merton, and spiritual development at retreat centers nationwide.

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  • Paperback | 88 pages
  • 138 x 210 x 10mm | 99.79g
  • John Hunt Publishing
  • Circle Books
  • RopleyUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • 1846947049
  • 9781846947049
  • 925,974

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Written with simplicity and revealing great humanity, Spiritual Journaling continues the work of a master teacher of contemplative living who finds God's energies everywhere in all the events of our lives.(Jonathan Montaldo) Dan Phillips' genius is showing how the practice of spiritual journaling can uncover the amazing but often overlooked thread of grace that runs through each of our lives. It's a motivating and practice guide for anyone who longs to be awakened to the loving activity of God in their lives. (Ian Morgan Cron, Author of Chasing Francis: A Pilgrim's Tale)

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About Dan Kenneth Phillips

'Brother Dan' has over two decades of experience as a minister, hospital chaplain, editor, and retreat leader on subjects related to spirituality. As a writer, his publications have been printed in over two dozen periodicals, literary journals, and newspapers. His blog, MonasticSkete, is found at http://danphillips.blogspot.com and is read by hundreds of people as a source for spiritual inspiration. He has over 20 years of pastoral experience and is a frequent retreat leader on issues of Spiritual Development, Thomas Merton, and Spiritual journaling. His web page, How to Develop a Spiritual Journal, is frequently used in universities and churches as an example of the importance of keeping track of God's movement in one's life. He is a graduate of Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville, Tennessee, and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Presently, he is a full-time writer. He can be found on twitter at http://twitter.com/monasticskete and on facebook at http://facebook.com/brodanphillips Brother Dan lives in Franklin, Tennessee.

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