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Deep Change

Robert Quinn, in his book Deep Change (1996, Jossey-Bass), writes: “Deep change differs from incremental change in that it requires new ways of thinking and behaving. It is change that is major in scope, discontinuous with the past and generally irreversible. The deep change effort distorts existing patterns of action and involves taking risks. Deep […]

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Healing Begins

From my experience and observation I see a strong partnership between spiritual direction and psychological counseling. Counseling is able to name and diagnose while the process of spiritual direction takes that which is named and lays the named at the foot of the cross. It is in laying the named item at the foot of […]

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Journey of Discernment and Prayer-2007

Join Steve Arnold in a journey of prayer and discernment while tracing the footsteps of Luther and joining with Christians from around the world for prayer and study. Beginning in the Eiseleben region of Germany the group will move to Erfurt and then on to join Christians from around the world in a week of […]

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Steve Arnold: Background and Ministry

Life transition for Steve Arnold has been a way of life. Learning to cope with change in a positive way has been a result of the various changes that took place in the journey: Steve’s family moved quite often when he was growing up and as a result he attended 14 different schools before graduating […]

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