Going Deeper: Clergy Spiritual Life and Leadership Program

Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation Inc.

  Going Deeper: Clergy Spiritual Life and Leadership   If your answers are yes, then the Spirit may be calling you to Go Deeper with Shalem’s Clergy Spiritual Life and Leadership Program. For clergy of all denominations, congregational expectations can often be overwhelming. Balance is hard to find, burnout is all too common, and clergy …
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Centering Prayer Retreat (Summer)

Benedictine Center of St. Paul's Monastery

CENTERING PRAYER RETREAT (SUMMER) Come immerse yourself in silence through the practice of centering prayer gently supported by lectio divina and prayer with the monastic community. Extended sessions of group centering prayer offer the opportunity to deepen your relationship with God and self. Participants have the option for a shorter retreat (Fri-Sun) or a longer …
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Art & Soul Retreat: Personal and Liturgical Creative Expression

Kanuga Conferences, Inc.

Art & Soul Retreat: Personal and Liturgical Creative Expression The Art of Growing Our Souls  August 18th – 23rd, 2019 The Art and Soul Retreat is designed to provide opportunities to connect with the Divine through many forms of artistic expression. Within a spiritual community of love and creativity, we strive to renew our minds …
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Soul Good: Managing Buckthorn As Spiritual Practice

Benedictine Center of St. Paul's Monastery

SOUL GOOD: MANAGING BUCKTHORN AS SPIRITUAL PRACTICE Some thoughts and habits creep into our lives unrecognized, taking root and winding their ways into our perspectives long before we see the chance to resist. A similar phenomenon is happening to our Minnesota woods, even those outside the windows of St. Paul’s Monastery. What might we learn …
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