Barbara L. Peacock

Barbara L. Peacock

Author of Soul Care in African American Practice Workbook

Barbara L. Peacock (DMin, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) is a spiritual director, author, teacher, and preacher. She is the founder of Barbara L. Peacock Ministries, a ministry committed to developing disciples through prayer, spiritual direction, soul care, mentoring, and teaching.

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2021 Christianity Today Award of Merit (Tie) - Spiritual Formation

Soul Care in African American Practice Workbook by Barbara L. Peacock

Soul Care in African American Practice Workbook

Embrace the Sacred Journey of Caring for Your Soul

Take time to reflect, journal, and contemplate the Divine with this companion workbook to Soul Care in African American Practice as your guide. Prayers, spiritual direction, soul care, and much more are interwoven into this workbook to aid in your process of transformative empowerment.

If you are yearning to go deeper, this workbook will help you reflect on the thought-provoking questions in each chapter that cover the life of ten African American leaders. Let it guide your spiritual practice to grow and draw the utmost truth from your soul and mind.

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“Gentle teaching on soul care topics and suggestions for practicing them, while introducing the reader to some incredible heroes of the faith, combine to create a truly transformational text.”

Stephen A. Macchia, author of Crafting a Rule of Life and Broken and Whole

“With rich historical context and practical application for the future, Dr. Peacock does a marvelous job of contextualizing spiritual practices to transform lives.”

Nicole Martin, director of US Ministry for the American Bible Society

“A must-read for anyone interested in developing a more holistic daily spiritual practice. Reverend Peacock expertly demonstrates how spiritual direction and soul care are at the root of African American theological practices and their application for everyday life.”

Nadia E. Brown, author of Sisters in the Statehouse: Black Women and Legislative Decision Making