The table is one of the most intimate places in our lives. It is there that we give ourselves to one another. When we say, "Take some more, let me serve you another plate, let me pour you another glass...," we say a lot more than our words express. We invite our friends to become part of our lives. We want them to be nurtured by the same food and drink that nurture us. We desire communion.As the year progresses, Nouwen's focus shifts to the person of Jesus, the nature of the Church, and, finally, to the eternal life that is facilitated, in part, by books of wisdom like this one. --Michael Joseph Gross
This is BREAD and Wine for the Journey, a posthumous message of the author of The Wounded Healer who continues sending us what he experienced in this world. . Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patricio Torres-lisboa
This devotional is filled with wisdom and grace. Jesus our bread for the journey. I have been using this devotional for years and still find its contents fresh each day;)Published 6 months ago by Joy
I try to turn to this book daily. I've found it especially helpful on those days that life seems to drag one down. I also find that the content never stakes.Published 6 months ago by Lino C. Viola
I bought this book as a gift and she was very happy with it. Therefore, I am giving you five stars!Published 6 months ago by Jayne
Great to receive daily boost of working with Spirit and the Spiritual Journey.
Words of comfort, praise and durability throughout.
Excellent short reflections for daily devotion time. I gave a copy to my nephew for Christmas. Good for personal time or for a group led.Published 7 months ago by Bobbie Morris