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Relig-ish: Soulful Living in a Spiritual-But-Not-Religious World Paperback – July 26, 2016
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"Reading Relig-ish is like sitting down with a sage friend. Rachelle Mee-Chapman has taken the conversation about being spiritual-but-not-religious to a refreshing new perspective. She helps wayward-formerly-churched souls determine how to create spiritual practices that are a right-fit and authentic. Relig-ish is for those of us who didn't really lose our way after we stepped away from institutionalized faith ... we just wandered into a great big wilderness full of mystery. Relig-ish is a helpful guide to have for the journey." --Pam Hogeweide, mixed-media artist, blogger and author of Unladylike
"Rachelle Mee-Chapman is a spiritual soul sister. Whether you're dealing with a case of post-traumatic church syndrome or looking for your own tribe, Relig-ish will help guide you along the way." --Reba Riley, author of Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome
About the Author
Once upon a time Rachelle Mee-Chapman was an ordained minister. When the "faith of her fathers" started pinching around the middle, she made a shift. Her theme of "care for creative souls" touches everything she does, including mentoring clients who identify as formerly churched, spiritual but not religious, or [omitted who are just] creatively soulful. In 2009 Rachelle began hosting Flock, an online community to create right-fit spiritual practices rooted in their collective history, authentic to who they are today, and creative enough to grow with the members.
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Rachelle definitely practices what she teaches, and she has touched many lives with her work. Hopefully this book will do the same.
It's a quick, pleasant read that has affirmed many of the things I've been thinking for years.