Philip St. Romain, M.S., D. Min., has published over 20 books on spirituality and theology. He has served as a spiritual director for many people during the past 25 years, and currently ministers at Heartland Center for Spirituality in Great Bend, KS.
This book invites us to take a journey deep into the soul, where the mystery of self and the mystery of God are so intertwined as to seem one life. St. Romain urges us to "be here now in love" that we might know greater peace and joy in daily living. Winner of an Angel Award for excellence in media, 1996.
Here is a book for Christian couples who want to grow in their relationship with one another and with God. Topics covered include communication skills, spirituality, understanding personality types, sexuality issues, and dealing with practical matters like finances and raising children. Couples can read this book together, or separately, then pause, discuss, and pray together.
40 ways to become more inwardly free! Using Jesus Christ as a model of spiritual freedom, and citing lessons found in the Scriptures, "Growing in Inner Freedom" contains 40 time-tested practices, including: Living by Faith, Don't Worry Uselessly, Count Your Blessings, Practice Forgiveness, Go the Extra Mile and many more.
What do we mean by the terms God, Self and Ego? The answer depends on one's view of human nature and its relationship to the divine. Using the philosophy and theology of St. Thomas Aquinas to qualify his terms, author Philip St. Romain describes different possible relationships between God, Self and Ego, and the disciplines to support these.
This was the first book  on the Twelve Steps of recovery groups published so that anyone in the Christian tradition (even those not in recovery) could benefit from the wisdom of the Steps. It integrates traditional teachings on Christian spirituality with the Twelve Step approach in such manner that any Christian working the Steps can benefit from its basic transformative emphases.
Account of the awakening of the kundalini process by Philip St. Romain, with reflection on the meaning of this process from the perspective of Christian spirituality. Foreword by Thomas Keating. Appendices by James Arraj. 2nd edition. Original work by Crossroads, NY, 1991.
What exactly do we mean when we say that Jesus died for our sins? What are the implications of his death for our lives today? In this book, author Philip St. Romain elaborates an understanding of the crucifixion that makes sense today, and shows how this understanding and appreciation can make a difference in people's lives.
This work examines the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth and reflects on the meaning of the resurrection for individuals and the world. Sections also explore how the risen Christ is present to us today, and how we come to encounter the gift of the Holy Spirit.
In these pages spiritual director Philip St. Romain explores codependency: what it is, its characteristics, the persons it affects, and how it develops. He also details a plan for recovery -- based on the Twelves Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous -- to help one break free from this destructive addiction.
"Handbook for Spiritual Directees" is a collection of spiritual exercises that can be used by directees to stimulate reflection and discussion in spiritual direction. Spiritual directors will also find it a helpful resource in their ministry of supporting and guiding directees. Of course, anyone interested in spiritual growth can also make good use of this material as well.
"Lessons in Loving" offers a much-needed education in healthy, positive relationship skills. Author Philip St. Romain identifies and helps you master the skills necessary for growth in self-love and love of others -- including love of God. The book is written in two parts: intrapersonal skills (relating with self) and interpersonal skills (relating with others).
This booklet emphasizes that the foundational conviction for a Christian's attitude is belief in the resurrection of Jesus. We examine the evidence for the resurrection and show how we can encounter the risen Christ today--how we can make sense of pain and problems, and learn to live the risen life.