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Author(s): Marjorie J. Thompson
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First released in 1995, this spiritual classic continues to be a bestseller, as thousands each year accept Marjorie Thompson's invitation to the Christian spiritual life. Offering a framework for understanding the spiritual disciplines and instruction for develop-ing and nurturing those practices, Soul Feast continues to be a favorite for individual reflection and group study. Many new additions, including a new chapter on keeping the Sabbath, make this newly revised edition of Soul Feast a must-have.
This newly revised edition will include the following new or updated content: *An all-new introduction, reflecting on the book's twenty-year history and why it has remained so popular. *An all-new chapter on keeping the Sabbath, one of the most life-giving spiritual disciplines in a hurried 24/7 world. *It will explore the importance of Sabbath time, and how readers can create space for it when the pace of life seems to be con-tinually accelerating. *A significantly expanded "Rule of Life" chapter at the end of the book, based on numerous reader requests for more guidance on how to go about creating their own personal Rule. *Some refreshed sidebar quotations from spiritual writers to complement the best ones from the prior editions.
A revised group study guide to reflect the addition of new materials.
Marjorie J. Thompson is author of Forgiveness: A Lenten Study. A Presbyterian pastor, she spent thirteen years as Director of Congregational Spirituality with Upper Room Ministries. She currently does freelance work in retreat leadership, teaching, and writing.