Jan L. Richardson

Jan L. Richardson is the director of The Wellspring Studio, a company that incorporates her vocation as an artist, writer, retreat and workshop leader, and spiritual director. She is a United Methodist pastor, serves on the faculty of the Grünewald Guild in Washington state, and is an oblate of St. Brigid of Kildare Monastery. Richardson has published three other books: Sacred Journeys (Upper Room Books), Night Visions (United Church Press), and In Wisdom’s Path (Pilgrim Press).

Richardson is a contributor (along with Rob Bell, Richard Rohr, Jim Martin, and 21 others) to a collection titled Naked, And You Clothed Me: Homilies and Reflections for Cycle A (Homilists for the Homeless series, 2013). For more information on this collection, click here.

For more information, see Jan’s website: www.janrichardson.com.


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December 22, 2014

Where Heaven and Earth Meet

 Bible, Candle, christmasRead Titus 2:11-14

While we wait. In his letter to Titus, Paul captures the central theme of the Advent season: waiting, anticipating, preparing for the One who is to come. read more


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  1. Urdigimags says:

    In the Sanctuary of Women: A Companion for Reflection and Prayer (Jan Richardson)– If you were reading this blog duringHoly Week you’ll recognize the name Jan Richardson. Her art is breathtaking. She focuses on biblical and liturgical themes and I am always moved by her work. I just recently bought this book for use during my prayer times and it is something special. It’s totally different than anything else I’ve ever used. If you’re looking for a tool that tells you what to pray, this is not your book. But if you need a small reflective thought to direct you gently in prayer, pick this book up. Jan thinks in a way that is unique and contemplative and, well, artistic. And it’s really good for my time in prayer to let her heart guide my own. Also, if you haven’t seen her work, find it here and also, check out her blog here. –Micha Boyett

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