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    Becky Eldredge

    Becky Eldredge is a writer and spiritual director in Baton Rouge, LA. The author of Busy Lives & Restless Souls, Becky holds Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Education from Louisiana State University and a Masters in Pastoral Studies from Loyola University New Orleans. She has her Certificate in Spiritual Direction from Spring Hill College. Becky has been involved in ministry for more than 15 years, with the majority of her work in retreat ministry and adult faith formation. While ministry is one of her passions, her greatest joy is sharing life with her husband, Chris, and her children, Brady, Abby, and Mary.

    Becky's Book

    For all who sense that there is a missing peace in their lives, Busy Lives & Restless Souls will help them find it—right where they are. Becky Eldredge interprets principles of Ignatian spirituality in a fresh way to equip us with prayer tools that are accessible and practical within the relentless realities of our daily routines.

    Listening for God in People

    Do you ever have a moment when God speaks clearly to you through another person? I had one of those moments recently during lunch with friends. As is often...

    Listening for God in Nature

    My love of nature began when I was a young child nurtured through the witness of my parents’ respect and awe of creation in our own backyard. Avid gardeners,...

    What If the Answer Is No?

    What if God’s answer to one of our prayers is “no”? We are given this answer at times. Sometimes when we are told “no” we easily accept the answer...

    The Chapel That Moves with Us

    There’s no doubt that the pace of our culture continues to get busier and faster. Our days are more cramped with appointments, commitments, and to-do lists. I watch as...

    Prayer Leads Us Forward in Hope

    I found my friend on his knees praying in the hospital chapel. We had received word that a family member of our friend was extremely sick and might not...

    Never Alone

    What comforts me the most in my life is the fact that I am not left on my own to figure out things. One of the many things that...