Restless in Christ by Sarah Stockton
Answering the Call to Spiritual Commitment

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In today's society, people are turning to meditation and prayer in record numbers, pursuing the promised benefits of a contemplative life-peace, quiet, tranquility, and rest. But what about grief, restlesness, and other stirrings of the soul? In Restless in Christ, Stockton speaks about her own experiences as a seeker and her training as a spiritual director. As she progressed on her path, she came to realize that restlesness belongs to the very essence of the spiritual life. Her insights into restlessness have helped the lives of countless seekers and teachers, and will help you too.

About Sarah Stockton

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Sarah Stockton is a spiritual director, university teacher, columnist, wife, and mother of two teenagers.
Published July 1, 2004 by The Crossroad Publishing Company. 160 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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The training program requires intense self-examination, and the book's 40 chapters often sound like journal entries as they explore Stockton's feelings on topics ranging as widely as insomnia, her father's spiritual journey, Harold the predatory music teacher, marginalization, Christ as a teacher...

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