S 93 Henri Nouwen: Wounded Healer (2005)

We often think of experiencing healing from our woundedness, but rarely of experiencing healing in our woundedness. And yet it is this which can allow us to know the grace of God most powerfully.

This study explores why Henri Nouwen is, perhaps, the modern writer who has done most to confront the question of woundedness. In doing so his work brings us face to face with Jesus the wounded healer and can release new depths of grace in the reader's life.
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Author: Revd William Ruddle

William is team chaplain at Basildon and Thurrock Hospital in Essex, having recently moved from being a Baptist Minister in Macclesfield, Cheshire. He is married to Louise and they have young twins, and his varied interests include wine collecting, car trading and ebay.

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