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Drawn to The Living Water: Twenty Years of Spiritual Discovery

by Wayne Rapp

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Drawn to The Living Water: Twenty Years of Spiritual Discovery, is a story wrapped around a story. By combining fiction with nonfiction, the authors use an interesting and readable approach to keep the historical account of the founding and development of the Spirituality Network moving.

A woman, yearning for a more meaningful relationship with the God of Life, finds kindred spirits as she is introduced to the Spirituality Network, an ecumenical group of searchers on the same journey. As the twenty-year history of the organization unfolds, the woman finds that it validates her own yearning and helps companion her on her journey.

The story is interspersed with selections from renowned poets Mary Oliver and Edwina Gateley, as well as original contributions of poetry and reflection from lesser known Central Ohio writers. Original illustrations and photographs separate the chapters and help balance the book.

The book is 192 pages of story, poetry, photographs, illustrations, and testimony to the power and joy of traveling on a journey to a loving God.

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