Item description for Personal Pilgrimage at Midlife: One Day Soul Journeys for a Time of Transition by Viki Hurst...
Overview This book offers readers a tool to explore, contemplate, and reflect upon key midlife issues.
Publishers Description Through the practice of personal pilgrimage she developed, Viki Hurst offers readers a tool to explore, contemplate, and reflect upon key midlife issues - careers, relationships, sexuality, finances, spirituality, body image, mortality, and more. It encourages readers to take the time-out needed when midlife challenges crowd their busy calendars and psyches. Drawing on the insights of people from Plato to Pierre Elliot Trudeau, Hurst introduces each of these concerns with a mini-essay, then asks 10 questions for reflection. Part 2 outlines 12 pilgrimages users can take to work on these issues, for example Abundance point (finances), Artist's Cove (relationships), and Career Paths (Career).
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.34" Width: 7.92" Height: 0.94" Weight: 1.14 lbs.
Release Date Oct 22, 2010
Publisher Northstone Publishing
ISBN 1896836453 ISBN13 9781896836454
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More About Viki Hurst
Viki Hurst holds a Master of Arts degree in Leadership Studies from the University of San Diego, with a focus on personal development. University professor, entrepreneur, personal coach to high achievers, public speaker and counsellor, she maintains life balance through frequent personal pilgrimages to the ocean and mountain sites of San Diego County, where she lives. Photo credit: Ellen Long Studios.
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Accurate, Insightful, and Practical! Nov 16, 2003
In all of his books, Ian Bradley carefully avoids the oft-made mistake of whitewashing the Celtic Christian tradition, or the mistake of minimizing its vital significance in Church history. This insightful analysis of the tradition seeks to make history relevant for the present by outlining essential elements of the Celtic model of ministry, elements that could successfully meet the needs of a world tired of the structural complexity of the modern church and hungry for authentic spiritual renewal. In each of six chapters, Bradley presents the distinctively Celtic approaches to various aspects of ministry: Monasticism, Blessing/Cursing, Penance/Pastoral Care, Worship, Communion, and Pilgrimage. Each chapter begins with the historical presentation of the ministry methods as they existed in Celtic Britain, and concludes with a reflection on the relevance of such methods in the contemporary Western Church. I highly recommend this book, not only for academics seeking to know more about the rich legacy of Celtic spirituality, but also for church leaders who are serious about engaging in the conception of creative new models for ministry.