Spiritual Direction with Steve

Steve practices Spiritual Direction in a face to face setting at various places throughout the Twin Cities, on Skype and on Google +.  The sessions are 50 minutes in length and should be scheduled in advance.  Some sessions may take place on an emergency basis but these are very difficult due to Steve’s schedule.

Spiritual Direction Fees:

Fees for spiritual direction are $70.00 per session and are paid at the time of the session.  Payment is by cash or with a check made payable to Pivot Point Ministries.  At this time, Pivot Point Ministries does not accept credit or debit cards.

Fees can also be set on a sliding scale.  No one is turned away for financial reasons.  If you have financial concerns, please email Steve to discuss. No one will be turned away.

Preparing for the first session:

  1.  Prepare a spiritual biography using the guidelines provided and send them to Steve (steve@pivotpointministries.org) one week in advance.
  2. Pray that the Holy Spirit would lead you to an awareness of how spiritual direction might be a blessing to you.
  3. Pray for the Holy Spirit to work through yourself and Steve that each might listen to God’s voice.

 

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