On the Path: Spirituality for Youth and Adults
Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations, 1989 - Spirituality - 70 pages
"On the path: spirituality for youth and adults is a seven-to-ten-session structured program that explores the nature and meaning of spirituality in the lives of youth and adults. It is designed for use by groups of 15-to-18-year-old youths, college-age people, and adults. The program requires a minimum of six participants; the ideal group size is 8 to 12 participants and two leaders"--Introd.
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