Walking the Labyrinth (book)

With no end, but only a center, labyrinths become a physical symbol of prayer and our journey with God. As the author, Travis Scholl, says, “Underneath the surface, walking the labyrinth is a profound exercise in listening, in active silence, in finding movement and rhythm in the stillnesses underneath and in between every day’s noise. Walking the labyrinth is an exercise in finding the voice speaking in whispers underneath the whirlwind of sound.” Scholl’s book provides 40 brief chapters that are ideal for daily reading through Lent. Share a few passages from the book with young adults and encourage them to find their own personal labyrinths in which to meet with God.