Wandering and Welcome

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Wandering and Welcome

Meditations for Finding Peace

Joseph Grant, Joseph Grant

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Feeling unsettled or searching for peace? Looking for a new way to find hope? Every searching heart needs this book. Times are difficult; Joseph Grant's meditative delivery wraps his reader in hope, tenderness, and gratitude. Wandering and Welcome is a beacon of poetic kindness rooted in honesty, Scripture, and truth. You'll want to call loved ones and read pieces to them aloud. Some pages will make you sigh in astonishment, some will cause you to pause in revelation, and others will bring tears of joy and appreciation. If a book could be both giant reality check and tender hug all wrapped in one, this would be it.
 
“Amid the tumult of these frenzied times, contemplative living does not propose an escape from our very real, practical, and sometimes intractable problems. On the contrary, it suggests a way of being still, while still being in the storms that rage all around and within us.  Seasoned by tears of joy and lament, prayer-centered presence invites us to welcome the whole world by drawing it into our heart-center. Here theology mixes with theater and prophetic action with poetry, as walls come tumbling down, making way for wonder, woe, and well-being.” —from the introduction
 


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Joseph Grant:
A native of Scotland, Joe Grant received a Master of Divinity degree from Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. He has served as a missionary and minister in Europe, the U.S. and Latin America. As Director of Programs for JustFaith Ministries, he created nationally recognized formation processes for youth and adults. In 2004, he received the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministryaward for Gospel Values of Peace and Justice. Joe lives in inner-city Louisville with his wife and family and is a co-founder of the CrossRoads Ministry retreat center. Joe has authored numerous books and articles on scripture, social justice and spirituality, including a prior volume of reflections entitled Still In the Storm, Reflections for Engaging Spirituality in times like these. He maintains a blog entitled, In the Storm Stillhttps://engagedpresence.wordpress.com/
 


A native of Scotland, Joe Grant received a Master of Divinity degree from Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. He has served as a missionary and minister in Europe, the U.S. and Latin America. As Director of Programs for JustFaith Ministries, he created nationally recognized formation processes for youth and adults. In 2004, he received the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministryaward for Gospel Values of Peace and Justice. Joe lives in inner-city Louisville with his wife and family and is a co-founder of the CrossRoads Ministry retreat center. Joe has authored numerous books and articles on scripture, social justice and spirituality, including a prior volume of reflections entitled Still In the Storm, Reflections for Engaging Spirituality in times like these. He maintains a blog entitled, In the Storm Stillhttps://engagedpresence.wordpress.com/
 

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