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“Got God?”

“It’s so different now compared to 15 years ago,” says Mabeth Hudson, co-founder of Well for the Journey, a community that offers programs and courses for people who “want to go deeper.” The Well, as its members refer to it, does this by offering contemplative journaling, for example, and prayer groups, among other programs. “There’s a major shift in consciousness going on. People are more aware of how they’re connected to each other and to something larger, but they’re not coming from formal faith traditions.”

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Baltimore Sun

“Aim of Towson’s Well for the Journey is to quench thirst for spirituality”

“The Well’s programs encompass all religions — or none at all. ‘Creating a safe environment for them to come and explore where they are and who they are in the spiritual sense is important for us,’ Cochran said. ‘Listening is important for us.’ ”

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Christian Science Monitor

“Simple shelf or humble minivan serve as sanctuaries for parents”

“Mabeth Hudson, spiritual director, retreat leader and co-founder of the ecumenical spiritual center Well for the Journey, in Towson, Maryland, sees an uptick in – if not outright home chapels – then designated home spaces for prayer.”

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Maryland Episcopalian:  The Journal of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland

“Message from Bishop Sutton:  Reclaiming the Gospel of Peace”:

“On Nov. 1 last fall – the Feast of All Saints – …I went on a pilgrimage to Gettysburg, Pa. ….(W)e cried, we prayed, and we honored the sacrifice of those who fought so bravely for the ideals of their nation and state.  A week later, Mabeth Hudson of Well for the Journey…asked me what my thoughts were as I reflected on my time at the battlefield…”

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Maryland Church News

“Yearning for Wholeness: The Spirit at Work”
Well for the Journey Celebrates 10 years  “Amazing things can happen when a small group of people comes together to listen for God…”

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Baltimore Style 

“Hot Tips for Health”
Twenty local health and fitness professionals weigh in on what’s important for women over 40.

Mabeth Hudson, pastoral counselor and co-founder of Well for the Journey Spiritual Wellness:
“Listen to your life. There is a voice within, buried under a lot of busyness, that offers guidance, direction and wholeness. I am an extrovert. I gain energy from others, but I need to allow for some downtime with silence and solitude to reflect and turn off the world around me so I can listen for that small voice.”

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