"An ennobling book. It will not only make you feel better, it might just make you a better person." -- Huston Smith, author of The World's Religions
"I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed Ken Nerburn's Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace. I have never realized the depth of thought in that brief prayer of St. Francis. Kent Nerburn, in a few masterful strokes and touching stories, plumbs its depths and offers us a precious little treasure." -- Joseph F. Girzone, author of Joshua
"Kent Nerburn has tackled a well developed Franciscan prayer and topic with the freshness of an outside and contemporary perspective. Filled with stories from modern life in the west, it is thoroughly enjoyable as a quick, refreshing read, yet filled with spiritual gems." -- John Michael Talbot, founder of Brothers and Sisters of Charity, author of The Lessons of St. Francis
"Kent Nerburn has written a little jewel of a book, to warm the heart and touch the soul." -- Rabbi Harold S. Kushner, author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People
"Kent Nerburn offers his mindful heart and thoughtful presence to illuminate the penetrating wisdom of Francis's sweet prayer. This book is a pearl of great price, revealing how the most potent, authentic prayer is also tender and very human. Kent Nerburn is a wise companion who has given us a blessing to be cherished again and again." -- Wayne Muller, author of Legacy of the Heart and How, Then, Shall We Live?
"What a lovely book!" -- Anne Lamott, author of Bird by Bird and Traveling Mercies: Some Thoughts on Faith
I dont know of any problems. They arived in perfect condition. Thank you very much. The very end.
His truths are brilliant, very helpful. I got insight into St. Francis and what his writings mean. Excellent writing, Kent! PamelaPublished 3 months ago by Pamela Dow
Loved the book and ended up buying copies for others. !. Dear friend and spiritual advisor 2. Friend in Alaska with conflict in her home between son and father. 3. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nancy Schupp
I bought this book 14 years ago and have continued to read it and reread it. Now I can carry it with me in e format and check out its wisdom often.Published 9 months ago by doken
Although the author never acknowledges that the poem itself "Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace" was not actually written by St. Read morePublished 13 months ago by John P. Tyrrell
I have this book on my kindle & just finished reading it. The author tells of many life experiences & relates them to St. Frances prayer. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Hae-z
Enjoying the examples and the study of this simple yet powerful prayer.
Learning to live the prayer........not an easy task.
This small book is very thoughtful and beautifully written. It has brought up some wonderful discussion in my book group. Nerburn's stories are inspiring and touching. Read morePublished 16 months ago by dsquare
The book was brought to my attention by my minister. A study group discussed it and enjoyed it very much.Published 18 months ago by Clelia