• The Art of Pilgrimage: Phil Cousineau delineates questing as "a transformative journey to a sacred center" in this quintessential traveling companion with its perennial wisdom.
  • Walking a Sacred Path: Lauren Artress talks about how the labyrinth, an ancient mystical tool, honors the questing spirit of today's seekers.
  • Desert Father: James Cowan details his quest to learn from the ascetic practices of a fourth
  • Quarantine: Jim Crace's riveting novel is an account of Jesus' 40-day quest in the wilderness.
  • The Questions of Jesus: John Dear opens up new doors and leads us on the paths of peace, justice, compassion, and nonviolence.
  • A Place at the Table: William J. Elliott's 27 diverse interviews with scholars, mystics, and evangelists that add meaning to the author's personal quest.
  • Working on God: Winifred Gallagher writes about her three-year exploration of Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and the New Age.
  • God at the Edge: Niles Elliott Goldstein discovers God in unexpected places during his spiritual adventures.
  • A Sabbath Life: Kathleen Hirsch describes the quest she began in midlife to find lost aspects of herself.
  • Searching for Your Soul: Katherine Kurs presents spiritual quests from books excerpts by 60 historical and contemporary writers.
  • For Heaven's Sake: Sandy Eisenberg Sasso's children's book about six-year-old Isaiah who goes on a quest to find out more about heaven.
  • Bring Me the Rhinoceros: John Tarrant brings to life the practice of using enigmatic queries to encourage curiosity and uncover a hidden kindness in life.
  • Caught in Fading Light: Gary Thorp's exceptional work of spiritual literacy shows the marvels that can be found through questing.
  • The Human Being: Walter Wink's quest to understand Jesus, the man, and what this means to each of us as we strive to be fully human.

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