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Earthed in God

Four movements of spiritual growth

Earthed in God

Four movements of spiritual growth

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Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich
ISBN: 9781786220554
Published: 24/04/2018

Drawing on his extensive experience in pastoral ministry and spiritual direction, Christopher Chapman explores the parallels between personal growth and nurturing a garden.

In human life as in the natural world, growth can often be a struggle. God, like a patient gardener, chooses to grapple with what stands in the way of our fruitfulness, but requires our cooperation if we are to come into fullness of life.

Earthed in God digs deeply into the riches of scripture and the Christian spiritual tradition to find resources for our growth, flourishing and abundance.

Christopher Chapman

Christopher Chapman was Spirituality Adviser for the Anglican Diocese of Southwark between 2009 and 2016. He is a former Catholic priest, and has an extensive background in Christian education, including co-ordinating authorised pastoral care training for the Diocese of Southwark for many years.

He has been involved in retreat giving and spiritual direction since the later 1980’s following training at St. Beuno’s Spiritual Exercises Centre and Heythrop College. He is a regular guest director for individually guided retreats at St. Beuno’s. Christopher is also an Associate Tutor for St. Augustine’s College of Theology.

He now lives in Blean, near Canterbury with his wife June. In his spare time he enjoys walking, writing and gardening. He describes the thread running through his work over time as ‘Supporting people in their journey with God, in their movement towards self-acceptance and towards the more free and generous sharing of who they are and what they have to give’.

www.christopherchapmanspirituality.co.uk