Lacy Finn Borgo, DMin, teaches and provides spiritual direction for the Renovaré Institute, at Portland Seminary and at Fuller Theological Seminary. Lacy has her own spiritual direction practice and provides spiritual direction for children at Haven House, which is a transitional housing facility for homeless families. She is the author of Life with God for Children, a curriculum for the spiritual formation of children and Good Dirt: A Devotional for the Spiritual Formation of Families. Lacy also blogs at GoodDirtMinistries.org. Lacy holds a B.A. in English and a Teaching Certificate from UTPB, a M.S. in Education from SUNY, a DMin. from Portland Seminary and is a graduate of the Renovaré Institute for Christian Spiritual Formation. She holds a Certificate in Spiritual Direction from Portland Seminary. Lacy lives on a small farm on the Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains in Montrose, Colorado. The rhythms of the earth have formed and shaped her. She currently worships with an Anglican community, but finds something of God in all spaces and places.