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The Seeking Heart: A Journey With Henri Nouwen

by Charles R. Ringma

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Henri Nouwen was not only one of the twentieth century's most beloved spiritual writers, but in the words of Charles Ringma, he was also "an important witness to the humble, vulnerable, caring, loving side of Christianity." This reflective book invites you to the very core of the Christian tradition, where solitude, meditation, prayer, faith, and hope are essential for discerning God's will and finding renewal. Using the human heart as a recurring metaphor, The Seeking Heart explores the deepest aspects of humanity. Chapters include: Heart Cries-The beauty and pain of the human condition, Heart Transformations-The joy and challenge of lifelong conversion, Heart and Head-The journey and empowerment of faith seeking understanding, Heart to Heart-The wonderment and responsibility of friendship and community, Heart and Hand-Self-giving and receiving, loving and serving. Book jacket.… (more)

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