Daniel Fuller founded Sycamore Way in 2016, and takes joy in accompanying others in their spiritual journeys and developing their unique soul care practice.   Daniel has been receiving spiritual direction for 5 years and offering it for the last 3 years.  Daniel leans on a growing knowledge of the Enneagram, Ignatian spirituality, and Dr. J. Robert Clinton's Lifelong Development and Focused Lives frameworks.  Daniel takes a unique approach of offering spiritual direction on walks or hikes, if preferable to the directee, and is also available to meet face-to-face or virtually.  When not offering spiritual direction or facilitating soul care retreats, Daniel enjoys being active outdoors with his wife and preschool age son, gardening, biking, hiking, and running.

Sara Hightower-Yoder 




Sara is honored to share meaningful space with others in the context of spiritual direction. She has received spiritual direction for the past five years and recently completed her second year of the School of Spiritual Direction with Sustainable Faith Indianapolis. While she is new to the ministry, she has a decade of experience of offering informal discipleship and spiritual mentoring, particularly in the college setting. Sara loves journeying with those that find themselves asking honest questions, expressing doubts and exploring curiosities about one's faith. She is available to meet face to face or virtually by Skype or FaceTime. 

Alyssa Storrs





Alyssa is a white queer person of faith who sees the spiritual path as an exploration.  While still rooted in the Episcopal Christian tradition, they welcome truth from any faith practice.  They see spiritual direction as a relationship that cultivates brave space to practice authenticity, ask questions, be witnessed, and rest.  From this deeper knowing, one can enter the world with more precise awareness in order to act from a place of abundance even in the midst of pain and oppression.  While living with chronic illness for half their life, Alyssa acknowledges the body’s knowing, in order to center desire, longing, and needs.  They are available to meet virtually via Zoom.