Spiritual direction involves an intentional setting apart of self, time, and space in order to grow into our relationship with God. It is there that we discover again and again our truest selves. Spiritual direction affords a holy sharing of conversation, silence, stillness, and prayer whereby we notice God’s creative work in our lives––and perhaps more fully embrace it. Although spiritual direction is not a substitute for clinical counseling, it can offer balance to the demands and stressors of life and can be a meaningful supplement to counseling services.
At the New Directions Center, we partner with Ruth Workman to offer spiritual direction. Contact Ruth to set up an individual appointment or visit our News & Events page for more information about individual and group spiritual direction events in the future.