Tag Archives: Henri Nouwen

God will take us back

Like the prodigal son, God always takes us back. Advertisements

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Understanding Christians in Fowler’s Stages of Faith

Ask a seven year-old what it’s like to be 70. Get angry when a 16 year-old new driver doesn’t understand how to disassemble a car engine. Speak with a pair of 15-year-olds about the hermeneutic that informs their theology to … Continue reading

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You don’t think your way into a new kind of living

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“We are not what we do”

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Henri Nouwen on comparing

“Much sadness and gladness in my life flows directly from my comparing, and most, if not all, of this comparing is useless and a terrible waste of time and energy.” – Henri Nouwen Continue reading

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Through compassion

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God is greater than our minds

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