Castles in the Sand by Carolyn A. Greene

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When the horse-loving, day-dreaming Tessa Dawson enters a Christian college, she is introduced to the writings of 16th century Teresa of Avila by her spiritual formation professor. Soon Tessa's life is dramatically affected as she delves into Christian mysticism. As she ventures deeper into this form of spirituality, God prepares her concerned grandfather and a mysterious young man as they set out to reach her. This fiction with a message takes a compelling and thought-provoking look at the true nature behind contemplative spirituality, which has impacted Christian churches, colleges, seminaries, and universities across the globe. Two lives are changed forever through spiritual practices they each encounter lectio divina . . . contemplative prayer . . . visualization . . . centering . . . sacred space . . . desert fathers . . . kundalini . . . labyrinths . . . spiritual formation . . . the silence
 

About Carolyn A. Greene

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Dangerous Illusions is Carolyn Greene's second book. She has personally experienced the entry of the New Age movement and the contemplative prayer movement into today's church. She lives in Canada and is a wife, mother, and grandmother. Carolyn A. Greene is the author's pen name.
 
Published August 24, 2011 by Lighthouse Trails Publishing, LLC. 224 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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