Soulprints, like fingerprints are unique to each person and invisible to the naked eye. When dusted with the whisper of words, soulprints, like fingerprints, can be transferred as images, leaving traces of the self for others to discover if they wish. This slice of my soul is cut straight through the center. If these pages are a pilgrimage, it is not from then to now but from fear to faith, from no to yes and from me to you!
Ray S. Anderson Todd H. Speidell
Ray Anderson, (1925-2009) was Senior Professor of Theology and Ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary and served on the faculty of the School of Theology since 1976. He is the author of more than twenty books, including Spiritual Caregiving as Secular Sacrament, The Soul of Ministry, Self Care, Living the Spiritually Balanced Life, and Dancing with Wolves While Feeding the Sheep: The Musings of a Maverick Theologian.