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Title:
A sacred primer : the essential guide to quiet time and prayer
Author:
Neeld, Elizabeth Harper, 1940-
Publication Information:
Los Angeles, Calif. : Renaissance Books, 1999.
Physical Description:
xx, 201 pages ; 22 cm
Language:
English
Subject Term:
ISBN:
9781580630597
Format :
Book

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Central Library BL624 .N43 1999 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks
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Summary

Explaining how to make the divine a daily presence in one's life, this spiritual handbook introduces a three-part approach that helps readers relax and wind down, listen in silence, and pray and discusses how to create a sacred space for oneself, find the time for spiritual practice, and achieve se


Author Notes

Dr. Elizabeth Harper Neeld is a former Professor of English & Assistant to the President of Texas A&M University whose published work includes seventeen books. A nationally respected authority on the subjects of personal change & organized change, Dr. Neeld has consulted with individuals & corporations through the United States & from countries abroad, such as Cameroon, West Africa, France, Norway, Chile, Saudi Arabia, Canada & England.

Elizabeth writes spiritual & inspirational nonfiction, leads spiritual retreats & speaks nationally & internationally on a variety of subjects which include: personal change, prayer, daily quiet time, connecting with the Divine in our most ordinary daily activities, as well as organizational & change.

Elizabeth has been featured in the Chicago Tribune, Mademoisells magazine, Psychology Today Book News & the Washington Post.

She is listed in Contemporary Authors, Volume 141, p. 333; Who's Who in the World, 13th edition, 1996; & Who's Who in America, 53rd Edition, 1999. Her Ph. D. is in English Literature, with an emphasis on 18th Century English Novel.

Elizabeth lives with her husband, Jerele & two dogs, Dusty & Lacey, in Austin, Texas. She is a member of St. David's Episcopal Church in Austin. She is a Democrat. (Bowker Author Biography)


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