Series: Spiritual Directors International Series

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Anglican Spiritual Direction by Peter Ball
Awakening the Creative Spirit: Bringing the Arts to Spiritual Direction (Spiritual Directors International) (Spiritual Directors International Books) by Betsey Beckman
Candlelight: Illuminating the Art of Spiritual Direction (Spiritual Directors International) by Susan S. Phillips
Discerning Life Transitions: Listening Together in Spiritual Direction (Spiritual Directors International Books) by Dwight H. Judy
Faith Styles: Ways People Believe (Spiritual Directors International Book) by John R. Mabry
Hospitality: The Heart of Spiritual Direction (Spiritual Directors International) (Spiritual Directors International) by Leslie A. Hay
Out of Darkness, Into Light: Spiritual Guidance in the Quran with Reflections from Jewish and Christian Sources (Spiritual Directors International) by Jamal Rahman
Spiritual Direction in Context (Spiritual Directors International) by Nick Wagner
Still Listening: New Horizons in Spiritual Direction by Norvene Vest
Supervision of Spiritual Directors: Engaging in Holy Mystery (Spiritual Directors International) by Mary Rose Bumpus
Tending the Holy: Spiritual Direction Across Traditions by Norvene Vest
Where Two or Three Are Gathered: Spiritual Direction for Small Groups by Daniel L. Prechtel

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