Synopses & Reviews
While many people become adept at recovery and learn to live by the principles embodied in the Twelve Steps, they receive little or no guidance in the practical management of their spiritual condition. In his second book, Reverend Farrell provides a set of spiritual practices for people in recovery to develop and/or deepen their spiritual growth.
Reverend John T. Farrell, PhD, received a master of divinity from Yale University and a PhD in English from the University of Delaware.
A thoughtful exploration of various spiritual disciplines offering guidance to those in recovery who wish to enrich their lives.
About the Author
John T. Farrell: The Reverend John T. Farrell, PhD was the Regimental Chaplain and Director of Campus Ministries at SUNY Maritime College, where he also taught in the Humanities Department. He is a retired academician who has spent 35 years as a teacher, scholar and chaplain. He is ordained in the Episcopal Church of the United States and is a trained labyrinth walk facilitator. He received a Masters of Divinity from Yale University and a PhD in English from the University of Delaware. In 2008, Dr. Farrell served as a Professional-in-Residence at the Betty Ford Center. He is the author of numerous articles and reviews and two books, A Reinterpretation of the Works of William Beckford and Writing for Business: A Casebook.
He resides in Yonkers, New York.