Margaret Silf“Every spiritual journey eventually leads us into paradox, seeking the balance at the heart of apparent contradictions. This is not a comfortable or an easy place to be. The balance feels precarious. CenterQuest understands this experience, and offers companionship and wise guidance along the way – a rare offering to a bewildered world.”

Margaret Guenther“We are born to travel, yet–knowingly or unknowingly–we yearn to return to that place that is our true home… Our journey is not an aimless wandering but a sacred quest, a quest for that center of ultimate meaning, the holy, the boundless love of our creator God. We are enriched by the invitation to
travel together. The very name ‘CenterQuest’ says it all.”

Susan Phillips“The times in which we live push us away from Center and toward multitasking, networking, and working without margin. CenterQuest invites us, as does Scripture, to come to the Living Water, partake of the Bread of Life, and be rooted and grounded in Christ that we might thrive and bear fruit for the world.”

Charles Ringma“Every move to deepen the spiritual life of Christians in the 21st century is a sign of hope for the renewal of the church and the re-building of a world marked by shalom. In this task, CenterQuest seeks to be a midwife of the birthing and beautifying Spirit.”

Terry Hershey“Our spiritual journey is about the process of hearing the music, and not just playing the right notes. This means creating a space to hear the music that is already within each one of us… CenterQuest is a place and an invitation to embrace that space, and the music that resides and grows and spills to the world around us.”

David G. Benner“Only an ecumenical approach to spiritual formation is truly worthy of being called Christian. If CenterQuest can dare to truly live out the broadest understanding of ecumenism, it has a chance of leading us into a transformational spirituality that will be relevant not just to individuals and tribes but to the world.”