Spiritual Direction

Spiritual direction is a conversation between the director, the directee, and the Holy Spirit for the purpose of spiritual growth and healing. Though it does, at times, discuss relational or emotional difficulties, spiritual direction is not psychotherapy, nor is it pastoral counseling. Instead, in a space created by the spiritual director, the director and the directee listen to God together to discern the movement of the Holy Spirit in the directee’s life.


The Oxford Dictionary defines a pilgrim as one who journeys to a sacred place for religious reasons. This is the posture that we invite you to take when you go with us to Israel. Israel is a place like no other in the world and where we believe you can connect with God and other pilgrims in a life-changing way. Inviting travelers to explore the sites of Jesus’ ministry on the Sea of Galilee, follow his steps on the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem, and take strategic moments to connect with God offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience to deepen your faith and experience of God.


Psychotherapy is a unique, confidential relationship between therapist and client that invites the client into holistic healing. It is a safe place where a client can explore painful relational patterns and make steps toward change and restoration. We believe that a compassionate, therapeutic relationship can be the support someone needs for lasting change in their life.