Confessions of a tortoise : slow steps on the integration journey
Rosemead School of Psychology
Coming from different perspectives and experiences, reflecting gender and ethnic diversity, these prominent psychologists tell about their spiritual, personal and professional journeys of interrelating their faith and profession. In this book we hear about the developmental issues, the sense of calling and the early career insights that shaped their paths. They recount the importance that significant relationships had on their understanding of Christian integration, especially noting the influence of mentors. Struggles and doubts are common human experiences, and the contributors openly share the stresses they encountered to encourage others with similar issues. On a day-to-day basis, we see how spiritual disciplines and the Christian community assist them in their work and in their understanding. Finally, each writer offers a personal note with lessons learned and hard-won wisdom gained.
Christian biography; Psychologists;
Integrating faith and psychology : twelve psychologists tell their stories
Ch. 6 pp. 111-132
Christianity | Other Psychology
Hall, M. Elizabeth Lewis (2010). Confessions of a tortoise : slow steps on the integration journey. Integrating faith and psychology : twelve psychologists tell their stories. Ch. 6 pp. 111-132. Downers Grove: IVP Academic.