The practice of spiritual direction is an act of paying attention to God in an intentional way. Some may call it spiritual companioning or spiritual friendship, but the key elements are attending to the presence, the activity, and the Voice of God in one’s life through the gentle direction of another. Clergy have an important ministry role to serve as a spiritual director for others in their community. It’s a role of asking incisive questions that invite others to attend to the presence and the voice of God. But many clergy do not have a relationship with another person who serves in this role for them. Would you consider exploring spiritual direction in the season ahead?
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