Directory of Spiritual Directors

Hornbeck, Roger

Hornbeck, Roger
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United States

Spiritual direction offers a safe space in a hurried, word-filled world, to pause, listen, and become present to ourself and God. It is an honor to walk with those on this journey of discovery. I love helping others develop spiritual habits and draw closer to God as they become like Jesus for the sake of others. Sharon and I were married in 1974, have four adult children and nine grandchildren. We have served as pastors since 1980 and currently reside in the greater Phoenix, Arizona area. I have a Master of Divinity from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon, have been trained as a Spiritual Director through Selah, a Certificate Program from Leadership Transformations, and I am presently working on a DMin with an emphasis in Spiritual Formation at Phoenix Seminary. I am available for Spiritual Direction or Spiritual Formation Coaching sessions either in person in Glendale or by Skype or Zoom.

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Mitzi Mak

Selah-West Faculty

Mitzi started her professional life as a high school social studies teacher. She and her husband Jerry then served cross-culturally for ten+ years, living abroad first in India and then Kurdistan, N. Iraq. In addition to being a Spiritual Director, she now serves as a Formation and Care pastor in her local church in Houston, TX. She has graduated from LTI’s Selah Spiritual Direction training as well as LTI’s Emmaus Formational Leadership Program.

Mitzi enjoys engaging conversation, reading fiction, doing jigsaw/crossword puzzles, ocean gazing and exploring the world with Jerry through food and travel.

God has two main callings in Mitzi’s life: to care for those who care for others and to be a guide in helping others have a healthy relationship with the Trinity – recognizing God’s loving presence and activity in their lives and how to faithfully respond.

Selah was a transformative experience for me – allowing the contemplative within to emerge and to beautifully co-exist with my extraverted personality.