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卢云(Henri J.M.Nouwen)

卢云(Henri J.M.Nouwen,1932-1996),原籍荷兰,天主教神甫,享誉世界的作家、神学家、教授,当代灵修学大师。曾先后在圣母大学、哈佛大学、耶鲁大学教授心理学、灵修学。1986年,卢云放下世人艳羡的大学教职和学术研究,应“方舟团契” (L’Arche)之邀,加入加拿大“黎明之家”(Daybreak Community)服事智障人士,如同特蕾莎修女进入印度贫穷、受伤、软弱的人群中一样,直至因心脏病突发,与世长辞。



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  1. Daily Light for My Soul

    Daily devotional containing works from 12 well-known Christians such as Spurgeon, Bonhoeffer, Martin Lloyd-Jones, Jonathan Edwards, C.S. Lewis, Mother Teresa and Martin Luther. Very popular in China. Learn More
  2. Soul Survivor: How Thirteen Unlikely Mentors Helped My Faith Survive the Church

    This book by well-known Christian author Philip Yancey combines the story of the negative impact of his childhood experiences in a racist fundamentalist church with profiles of thirteen people who greatly influenced Yancey in his spiritual journey. The author transparently and honestly relates his spiritual struggles and tells how he came to a deeper faith through the writings and lives of others who, though imperfect (like himself!), revealed some aspect of God's true character. Not all of his “mentors” were Christians (Gandhi, for example), and most could not be held up as “model Christians”, but each one was helpful to Yancey in his journey “to the mislaid treasures of God”. Some of the mentors discussed are: Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Leo Tolstoy, C. Everett Koop, John Donne, Fyodor Dostoevsky, G. K. Chesterton, Annie Dillard and Paul Brand.

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  3. The Return of the Prodigal Son

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    A chance encounter with a reproduction of Rembrandt's "The Return of the Prodigal Son" catapulted Henri Nouwen on a long spiritual adventure. Here he shares the deeply personal and resonant meditation that led him to discover the place within where God has chosen to dwell. In seizing the inspiration that came to him through Rembrandt's depiction of the powerful Gospel story, Henri Nouwen probes the several movements of the parable; the younger son's return, the father's restoration of sonship, the elder son's vengefulness, and the father's compassion. In his reflection on Rembrandt in light of his own life journey, the author evokes the powerful drama of the parable in a rich, captivating way that is sure to reverberate in the hearts of readers. The themes of homecoming, affirmation, and reconciliation will be newly discovered by all who have known loneliness, dejection, jealousy, or anger. The challenge to love as the father and be loved as the son will be seen as the ultimate revelation of the parable known to Christians throughout time, and here represented with a vigor and power fresh for our times.

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  4. The Wounded Healer: Ministry in Contemporary Society

    The Wounded Healer is a hope-filled and profoundly simple book that speaks directly to those men and women who want to be of service in their church or community, but have found the traditional ways often threatening and ineffective. In this book, Henri Nouwen combines creative case studies of ministry with stories from diverse cultures and religious traditions in preparing a new model for ministry. Weaving keen cultural analysis with his psychological and religious insights, Nouwen has come up with a balanced and creative theology of service that begins with the realization of fundamental woundedness in human nature. Emphasizing that which is in humanity common to both minister and believer, this woundedness can serve as a source of strength and healing when counseling others. Nouwen proceeds to develop his approach to ministry with an analysis of sufferings -- a suffering world, a suffering generation, a suffering person, and a suffering minister. It is his contention that ministers are called to recognize the sufferings of their time in their own hearts and make that recognition the starting point of their service. For Nouwen, ministers must be willing to go beyond their professional role and leave themselves open as fellow human beings with the same wounds and suffering -- in the image of Christ. In other words, we heal from our own wounds. Filled with examples from everyday experience, The Wounded Healer is a thoughtful and insightful guide that will be welcomed by anyone engaged in the service of others.

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