"Robinson has again taken us down a pathway of spiritual practices that is both grounded in the rich tradition of the church while being urgently valuable to a spiritually thirsty contemporary church. Read, drink deeply, and live and love generously."
--Mark Labberton, President, Fuller Theological Seminary
"I wish I had had Robinson's Soul Mentoring when I introduced graduate psychology students to Gregory's On Pastoral Care in years past. . . . Robinson's book is insightful, engaging, and eminently practical for those who want to learn how to care for the 'souls' of others, while taking stock of their own spiritual lives in the process."
--Dennis Okholm, Professor of Theology, Azusa Pacific University
"Robinson has written an ingenious and graceful book. Taking his cue from Gregory the Great's classic work on pastoral care, he has reinvented and recontextualized those lessons in ways that urge the reader into a relationship with both authors at once. Far from a paraphrase and yet remarkably faithful to Gregory's original series of meditations and admonitions, Robinson's own wisdom simultaneously disarms and equips aspiring mentors as well as those whom they serve."
--John L. Thompson, Professor of Historical Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary
"Robinson has the knack of bringing alive ancient manuscripts. . . . In this day and age when spiritual direction is being rediscovered, Gregory's Pastoral Care has valuable insights into the lost art of soul care. Like Gregory's original, Robinson's work is rich in imagery, metaphor, illustration, and story, making it very accessible, very readable, very useful to pastor and layperson alike."
--Richard Peace, Professor of Evangelism & Spiritual Formation, Fuller Theological Seminary
"Soul Mentoring is a wonderful resource for seekers who want to deepen their relationship with the divine through their relationship with each other: as mentors and as the mentored. . . . The writing is clear and poetic. I am delighted that David Robinson is bringing this all-but-forgotten classic text to our current generation."
--Laura Swan, Benedictine Sister, Saint Martin's University