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Soul Feast: An Invitation to the Christian Spiritual Life (1995)

by Marjorie J. Thompson

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Excellent resource for spiritual disciplines from a Reformed perspective ( )
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To John, my dearest companion on the journey and my intimate friend at the Table
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There is a hunger abroad in our time, haunting lives and hearts.
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Soul Feast is a book for seekers who wish to explore the riches of Christian spirituality. Marjorie Thompson offers a framework for understanding and nurturing classic spiritual disciplines such as prayer, fasting, spiritual reading, self-examination, worship, and hospitality. This best-selling devotional book has been used by both individuals and groups to deepen and expand their inner spiritual lives.

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