All photos presented throughout are Copyright ©2010-2016 and are used at their respective owner's courtesy. Are you seeking training from a supervisor with a clear sense of Christian Spirituality who can listen with you to your body & intuition, sensing the Holy Spirit’s invitation? A teacher for the last thirty years,  Maria Tattu Bowen has more than twenty five years of experience as a spiritual director and retreat leader, and more than twenty as a supervisor and trainer of spiritual directors.
In addition to her work with Together in the Mystery, Maria serves as the co-director of supervision in the Diploma in the Art of Spiritual Direction Program at San Francisco Theological Seminary and maintains a private practice in both spiritual direction and supervision. Offering spiritual direction, retreats, and classes in contemplative practices and spiritual growth for over ten years, Terry graduated from the first Together in the Mystery class and has served as a supervisor for several years.  She has been married for thirty-four years and has two grown, married children. Eileen founded Holy Ground of the Carolinas, a ministry offering spiritual direction, supervision, the Spiritual Exercises of St.
Eileen is trained in Ignatian Spirituality, received a certificate in spiritual direction from Villa Maria Education and Spirituality Center, and graduated from the Together in the Mystery supervisory program. Pictured here with her grandson Sam, Rebecca currently resides in Fernandina Beach, Florida. Together in the Mystery grows out of San Francisco Theological Seminary’s Diploma in the Art of Spiritual Direction program, which draws students from across the United States and around the world.
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Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Laura Laine graduated in 1980 from the University of Texas Health Science Center -Houston with a B.S.
Reverend Grace Imathiu is Lead Pastor of Community United Methodist Church in Naperville, Illinois. Malvern Retreat House serves the spiritual needs of men, women, teens, families, married couples, religious and clergy, caregivers, people in recovery, and many special needs groups. Many retreatants are from the Greater Philadelphia area, where Malvern is regarded as a local treasure.


Owned and operated by Catholic Lay Leadership since 1912, people have come to Malvern for 100 years, seeking spiritual guidance and inner peace.
Malvern hosts 20,000 people annually at 250 retreats on 125 acres in beautiful Chester County. There are 50 traditional Men of Malvern groups and 110 others for women, couples, teens and many more.
If you are looking for a spiritual getaway, consider making the journey to our peaceful sanctuary in the countryside.
Since that time, 1.2 million people have come to Malvern Retreat House for spiritual guidance and inspiration.
Malvern Retreat House is the nation's oldest and largest Catholic retreat house, serving more than 20,000 people each year.
Join the Malvern Retreat House email list to receive updates on upcoming retreats and events. Twitter We enjoyed hosting our annual Women in Transition retreat for formerly homeless individuals this week!
She is a faculty member with Fairfield University’s Spiritual Direction Formation Program and is also a member of Spiritual Directors International.
She brings her skills developed as an Operations Manager, producing week-long courses and events for thousands of people, and combines that with the patience, dedication and perseverance learned from the last 16 years homeschooling her children.
Born and raised in a Methodist preacher's home, Grace was ordained in the Methodist Church in Kenya and has served churches in Kenya and the USA. Joseph’s Hall, to air-conditioned, contemporary-style in McShain-Horstmann Family Life Center, the retreat house provides a pleasant environment for everyone! Others travel from all 50 states—most notably, New York, New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia—and even internationally. Many come faithfully each year and proudly pass on the family tradition to the next generation. Newcomers are always welcome. In his spare time, he enjoys gardening with her, along with woodworking, and writing.  Lately he has become interested in researching the history of spiritual direction and supervision.


She offers these experiences to individuals in person, via telephone and in a group format. Following graduation, she began her career at Texas Childrena€™s Hospital (TCH) where she dedicated over 22 years. The first year, a few dozen men came on retreat; within five years it grew to a few hundred. Angel, OR, and she earned ministry certification from the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon. During her career at TCH, she worked with people of all ages in a variety of areas, including: obesity, eating disorders, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, sports nutrition, food allergies, gastrointestinal diseases, and tube feedings. She is a sought after Bible study teacher in many Annual Conferences of the United Methodist church, as well as, a speaker at many spiritual retreats and international conferences. Grace is the author of two books, is married to photographer David Hay Jones and is the mother to one son, Erik.
She received her certification in Spiritual Direction from the Cenacle Retreat House in 2004, and has since provided spiritual direction for individuals and groups and implemented spiritual talks and retreats.
During this time, she maintained her dietetics credentials and gave presentations on eating disorders. After seven and a half years as a parish administrator, she combined her skills as a dietitian and spiritual director and formed Sophia Grace Center for Nutrition, Health, and Spirituality, LLC in 2010. Laura has been married to her husband, Greg, for over 25 years and has two grown children, Melanie and Eric.



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