The Grace of Place
Steeped in the faith tradition of the American Transcendentalists (the majority of whom, like Emerson, were Unitarian ministers) the author's own spiritual life was likewise grounded and guided by nature. So of course she said yes to a career in interim ministry that would require her to relocate every summer. What would each new landscape, from Nevada to Vermont to Colorado to Arizona to South Carolina to Maine, have to teach her spirit? After all, there was more to learn from nature than could be found in New England, wasn't there?
Homebound Publications, 9781938846489, 112pp.
Publication Date: March 15, 2016
About the Author
Gail Collins-Ranadive, ma, mfa, mdiv, is a retired Unitarian Universalist minister and the author of seven books, including Finding the Voice Inside: Writing as a Spiritual Quest for Women, Light Year: A Seasonal Primer for Spiritual Focus, Inner Canyon: Where Deep Time Meets Sacred Space, and Nature’s Calling: The Grace of Place.