15 Days of Prayer with Henri Nouwen
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"At his best, Nouwen is wonderful, lyrical, and gently compelling,"---Christianity Today. Waldron pulls together excerpts on Nouwen's major themes (e.g. intimacy, the circus, Van Gogh, home, friendship, cup of life, the still center, agape) to nudge us into a more authentic relationship with God and others. 128 pages, softcover. New City.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: New City Press
Publication Date: 2009
Dimensions: 4.50 X 7.50 (inches)
ISBN: 1565483243
ISBN-13: 9781565483248
Series: 15 Days of Prayer

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Henri Nouwen (1932-1996) is considered one of the greatest spiritual masters of the modern age. Born, educated and ordained in Holland, he came to America as a professor of pastoral theology. Invited by Jean Vanier to join his mission to help the handicapped, Nouwen left academia behind to become pastor of LArche Daybreak, a home for the disabled in Toronto. There, among God's wounded, he found a home and his greatest happiness. A heart attack cut short his rich life as writer, lecturer and priest. Nouwen drew standing room only audiences, who flocked to hear his message that we are God's beloved children, that God is the One of unconditional love who loves us now, with no strings attached. His many books are arrows pointing towards this love, reminding Christians of the timeless message that Christ came into the world not to blame but to love.

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