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Writing Tides: Finding Grace and Growth Through Writing Paperback – June 1, 2007
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About the Author
Kent Ira Groff teaches writing workshops at Chautauqua, New York, and at conference centers and seminaries. Groff is author of Active Spirituality: A Guide for Seekers and Ministers (The Alban Institute); Journeymen: A Spiritual Guide for Men (and for Women Who Want to Understand Them) (Upper Room Books); The Soul of Tomorrow’s Church (Upper Room Books); and What Would I Believe If I Didn’t Believe Anything? A Handbook for Spiritual Orphans (Jossey-Bass). He is founder of Oasis Ministries for Spiritual Development and adjunct professor at Lancaster Theological Seminary (Pennsylvania).
Top customer reviews
The exercises he provides are as varied as the multiple intelligences approach and understanding he includes. Whether you are an aspiring writer or have enjoyed writing to learn, Groff has something for you in this book. Further, he helps the reader see writing as a spiritual practice.
I am going to write a short review of the book that I purchased from you in that you asked me to do so.
I am an freelance writer in Longmont, Colorado and a Christian who believes that strong christian writing has a place in our society. I am currently working on church history, evangelism and the politics of church and state. I formerly taught United States Government on the high school level and my religion was taught me by my Southern Baptist father during my formative years.
This book has taught me much about the organization of writing. he also mentions several resource items that I have in my possession.
Since the author lives in Denver, I would very much like to meet him to discuss writing.
Harold G. "Bill" Sears