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Holy! Me? is designed especially for single adults who seek a deeper spiritual experience. Insights, journal starters, prayers, and quotations to inspire in an easy to follow workbook style. 50 facets of the spiritual life and disciplines are covered. From wherever you are at this moment, you can begin a spiritual pilgrimage. There is a time called now. There is a place called here. There is a gracious invitation to which you can answer, "Yes"!
Many single adults struggle with spiritual growth and formation. Many confuse "having devotions" with having a "devotional life". Indeed, some single adults have turned away from the church and have abandoned spiritual disciplines altogether.Holy! Me? is specially desinged to promote a devotional life for single adults. In this workbook, Harold Ivan Smith covers 79 facets of the spiritual life and the disciplines. He includes insights, journal starters, prayers, and space for the user to write.The author includes insights from the devtional lives of well-known single adults: Francis Asbury, Belle Bennett, Mary MacLeod Bethune, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Amy Carmichael, Dag Hammarskjold, Helen Keller, Lottie Moon, Corrie ten Boom, and Isaac Walts. He also includes "Interruptible Momets" -- brief testimonials from contemporary single adults on moments when God interrupted them.All those who desire a deeper spiritual walk -- especially single adults and single adult ministry leaders -- will find in this book a practical and inspirin guide to their spiritual journeys.
Harold Ivan Smith a grief specialist on the teaching faculties of Saint Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri, and the Carondolet Medical Institute in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. He is recognized as a Fellow in Thanatology by the Association for Death Education and Counseling and has also received the Distinguished Service Award from ADEC. ý Smith has earned a doctorate from Asbury Theological Seminary and the EdS. from Vanderbilt. He has facilitated Grief Gatherings, storytelling groups for grievers, at Saint Luke's Hospital for 16 years.ý