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Discernment: Reading the Signs of Daily Life

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Henri Nouwen

7 Hours 14 Minutes

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October 2019

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This audiobook will open your eyes to the sources of spiritual guidance that surround you.

In a world where our minds are distracted by constant stimuli, it's easy to lose our connection to God. Henri Nouwen was known for his keen ability to find spiritual clarity amid the chatter, a gift he shared throughout his life in his roles as a Catholic priest, counselor, teacher, and author.

Although Nouwen achieved great fame for his popular books, many of his teachings on spiritual discernment were never recorded. Today, Nouwen fans like you can enjoy a compendium of works on this topic published posthumously.

Available as an audiobook for the first time ever, Discernment: Reading the Signs of Daily Life invites you to adopt Nouwen as your personal spiritual guide.

Each session was carefully prepared by Dr. Michael Christensen, an award-winning professor of Christian ministry and practice, and Dr. Rebecca Laird, who was Nouwen's student at Yale Divinity School. Like other volumes in The Nouwen Trilogy, this audiobook collects Nouwen's unpublished homilies, interviews, classes, and speeches, as well as excerpts from his published writings. Editing these works into a cohesive and definitive guide to the Christian life, Drs. Christensen and Laird memorialize his popular teachings.

By listening to Nouwen's teachings on discernment, you'll learn that God's presence is all around you, if you only know where to look.

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  • Fatima S.

    It is very Christian based and for a Muslim it is very tough to follow as it is based on one faith and not spirituality

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