--Deborah van Deusen Hunsinger, Ph.D., Princeton Theological Seminary professor of Pastoral Theology. Recognized nationally for her unique approach to ministries of care, Dr. Hunsinger combines Christian spirituality and theology with the tools of psychology and conflict resolution. Author and/or editor of five major publications, her most recent book, Bearing the Unbearable: Trauma, Gospel and Pastoral Care, was awarded the 2015 Book of the Year by the Academy of Parish Clergy.
Carlen traveled with Martha to the backwoods of Kentucky, where the quiet presence of a Catholic nun revealed a hidden path. He was forced to slow down as he traced this path halfway around the world to Australia, retreated weekends to a monastery, embraced meditation, and landed all alone in Thomas Merton's cabin.
A Path Revealed echoes accents heard in Anne Lamott's Traveling Mercies, Richard Rohr's Falling Upward, and John Bunyan's 17th-century classic, The Pilgrim's Progress.