Pastors Dave and Dusty interview Dr. Steve Sprinkle with Brite Divinity School about his work with Henri Nouwen... Specifically Henri's book "Reaching Out." This is a fascinating interview on the life and work of Fr. Nouwen as well as an in depth look into the three movements of spirituality as outlined in the book "Reaching Out." There is also a fun dialog on how Pastor Dave received the nickname "Hellcat."
As promised, here are some links mentioned in this podcast
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