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    Elizabeth Eiland Figueroa

    Elizabeth Eiland Figueroa is a clinical social worker in Atlanta, Georgia. After graduating from Boston College, she joined the Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest and served in Seattle at a community mental health agency. Inspired by her experience as a JV, she moved to St. Louis to pursue a Master’s in Social Work and studied the integration of spirituality and psychotherapy. She continues to marvel at God’s movements in her life.

    God Runs

    This post is based on Week Three of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. “While he was still far off, his father saw him and was filled with compassion; he ran and...

    Praying Our Stories

    This post is based on Week Two of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure.When I was in second grade, I kept a diary. It had a shiny purple cover, a tiny...

    Freedom from Fear

    This post is by Elizabeth Eiland Figueroa, as she begins An Ignatian Prayer Adventure.In NBC’s hit comedy The Office, boss Michael Scott asked himself the Machiavellian question, “Would I...

    Harvesting Treasures

    This fall, my two-year-old niece has taken up a fascination with acorns. She clutches as many acorns as she can possibly hold in her toddler-sized hand, leaving one hand...

    May the God of Surprises Delight You

    May the God of Surprises delight you, inviting you to accept gifts not yet imagined. May the God of Transformation call you, opening you to continual renewal. May the God of...