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Daniel Wolpert worked as a research scientist, psychologist, spiritual director, farmer, teacher, and construction worker before earning his Masters of Divinity degree at San Francisco Theological Seminary (SFTS). Over the past nearly thirty years he has taught in the fields of psychology and spiritual formation, led retreats, and delivered talks in such settings as the Art of Spiritual Direction Program at SFTS, the Youth Ministry and Spirituality Project, national ministry conferences, UCLA, UND medical school, Luther Seminary, the 5-Day Academy for Spiritual Formation and numerous churches, camps, and other
ministry settings. Recently he has also worked as a church pastor while continuing his spiritual direction work in private practice and through the Penny George Institute for Health and Healing. Daniel is the co-founder and director of the Minnesota Institute of Contemplation and Healing (MICAH, www.micahprays.org). He is also the author of “Leading a Life with God, the practice of spiritual leadership (Upper Room 2006), “Creating a Life with God: the call of ancient prayer practices”(Upper Room 2003), co-author of “Meeting God in Virtual Reality: using spiritual practices with media” (Abingdon 2004), and most recently “The Collapse of the Three Story Universe: Christianity in an Age of Science” (MICAH 2013).
Daniel Wolpert, a student of the spiritual life, has taught in the fields of psychology and spiritual formation in numerous settings over the past 30 years. Co-founder and Executive Director of the Minnesota Institute of Contemplation and Healing (www.micahprays.org), he is also the author of “Leading a Life with God, the practice of spiritual leadership, “Creating a Life with God: the call of ancient prayer practices,” co-author of “Meeting God in Virtual Reality,” and most recently “The Collapse of the Three Story Universe: Christianity in an age of Science” (MICAH 2013).

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