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Well for the Journey

In this episode, Greg Cochran talks about Well for the Journey, a spiritual wellness center in Lutherville, MD. The various programs offered in different formats and settings are focused on spiritual well-being, and center on the sacred conversation between the Spirit and a person’s spirit, with the aim of bringing transformation and healing to the world…changing the world, one person at a time, one heart at a time.

We are honored to have Greg Cochran as our guest on this episode. Greg Cochran is Executive Director at a spiritual wellness center, Well for the Journey, in Lutherville, Maryland. He is a program/retreat facilitator and a spiritual companion. Greg is currently a staff member of Shalem Institute’s Spiritual Guidance Program in D.C. and a mentor in Paseo’s Spiritual Guidance Program in Idaho. He recently completed his service as Associate Pastor at Woodbrook Baptist Church (1988-2022). Greg is a graduate of Clemson University and Southern Seminary. He and his wife, Carole, live in Baltimore. They have two children (26 and 24). Greg is a hiker, photographer, woodworker, and loves being with family – and is always desiring to be open and listening for the invitation of the Spirit.

Highlights:

[00:00:00] Intro
[00:01:45] How did Well for the Journey get started?
[00:04:59] How has the Spirit surprised you?
[00:06:05] A Model for Listening
[00:08:16] What is Spiritual Wellness?
[00:10:15] Challenges
[00:12:58] Faith and Trust
[00:13:26] Moving Into the Surrounding Communities
[00:16:07] Expanding the Reach and Impact
[00:17:37] Hope for the World
[00:19:12] How someone can participate in or support Well for the Journey
[00:20:47] Thanks

Resources mentioned in this episode:
Well for the Journey – A Spiritual Wellness Center in Lutherville, MD: https://wellforthejourney.org/

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