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Inter-Varsity Press Longing for God: Seven Paths of Christian Devotion

Is your soul yearning to taste God's goodness? Offering a classical model of spiritual formation, Foster and Beebe introduce you to seven devotional paths illustrated by Thomas Merton, Blaise Pascal, Julian of Norwich, John Wesley, and other key Christian figures. Discover how to experience the spiritual life as journey, deepen your friendship with Jesus, and more. 350 pages, hardcover from InterVarsity.
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Date:May 20, 2009
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Mark Daviau
I have always been impressed with the work of Richard Foster, but this volume exceeded even my expectations. It is one of the best books on the market for spiritual formation. This tome can benefit anyone from the novice Christian to the most seriously devoted disciple. The work is a marvelous blend of Christian heritage/history and pragmatic discpline that can inspire anyone to deeper levels of devotion and contemplation. This book is a must-read for anyone wishing to deepen their personal faith or for teaching in groups as I intend.
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Mark Daviau
I have always been impressed with the work of Richard Foster, but this volume exceeded even my high expectations. It is one of the most marvelous books ever conceived to guide anyone from the novice Christian to the most devoted disciple in spiritual formation. The book is a tremendous blend of history and practical discipleship. I recommend it as a must read for anyone who dares to take doscipleship seriously.
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