September 2017: Silence & Solitude
You don’t have a soul, you ARE a soul–you have a body.
In this month’s Practitioner’s resource, Pastor Harriet Mouer discusses the importance of healthy spiritual rhythms, and specifically our need as leaders to practice silence and solitude with our creator.
Harriet Mouer was raised on a farm in Northern Ohio and is a graduate of Bowling Green State University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in music education. She has served with her husband, Bill in ministry in Michigan, Illinois, California and Ohio. After retiring as supervisor of the former Mid-Atlantic District of Foursquare Churches, Harriet now serves as a Life Coach to individuals and groups.
Harriet and Bill also host “Replenishing Your Soul” retreats for leaders in their home. Their hearts are to see leaders live out spiritual realities that reinforce living and pursuing the “unforced rhythms of grace.” The love of their lives are their three married children and seven grandchildren who live in CT, N.C. and Toronto, Canada.