Wednesday Wonderings: Spiritual Journaling Through a Lens

Wednesday Wonderings: Spiritual Journaling Through a Lens

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Wednesday Wonderings: Spiritual Journaling Through a Lens by Gary E. Nelson

God seeks our attention and relationship in so many ways. Figuring out how to notice, listen, and respond to God as we move through the daily exercises of our life is the stuff of our spiritual journey. For centuries we have practiced and shared some of our favorite and most fulfilling methods for relating with God and allowing that partnership to inform and transform our lives. Some methods work better than others. Probably the best for each of us are ones we tailor to meet our individual needs.

In Wednesday Wonderings Gary Nelson invites the reader into his own spiritual journey through the lens of the camera he carries with him. He has experimented with many methods and discovered that the camera lens often provides him one of the best means to notice, listen, and respond to God. The camera offers the opportunity to wonder about life lived in relationship with God and others. Through the process this pastor and pastoral counselor's devotions, called Wednesday Wonderings, offer helpful insights for life and an invitation for all of us to find our own means to wonder.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781620325292
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date: 01/28/2013
Pages: 254
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Gary E. Nelson is a United Methodist pastor and pastoral counselor, having served as a pastor of local churches and a pastoral counselor in clinical practice for thirty-five years. Currently he serves a church in West Virginia and offers free seminars on teen depression for schools, churches, and professional groups around the country. He is the author of A Relentless Hope: Surviving the Storm of Teen Depression (2007).

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