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In Sacred Darkness, Paul Coutinho, examines how many Christians are fearful of dark times and struggles, yet it is often darkness that sheds light on our world and helps us live more effectively and more fully in the painful situations of our lives. Throughout the book, Coutinho shares powerful stories of how darkness can empower others—for example, how an abused woman comes to terms with her painful past and reemerges as an apostle to others who have been victimized. Coutinho also relates his own personal experiences of darkness, including a face-to-face experience with God during the black of night when he was feeling most bleak.
Paul Coutinho is an internationally recognized Ignatian scholar, author, and speaker who brings an Eastern flavor to Western spirituality. A native of India, he frequently leads retreats, gives spiritual direction, and trains people to lead the Spiritual Exercises.
Paul Coutinho reveals that darkness often sheds light on our world and helps us live more effectively and more fully in the painful situations of our lives.
Many of us struggle with the idea that God’s love for us is unconditional. In Just as You Are, Paul Coutinho, helps us realize that God’s love is with us at all times and that God simply asks us to embrace that love.
An Ignatian Pathway, by Paul Coutinho, is a companion to the Spiritual Exercises that helps readers enter into a more mystical experience with Divine.
Do you have a real relationship with God, or do you just have a religion? In How Big Is Your God? Coutinho challenges us to grow stronger and deeper in our faith and in our relationship with God, whose love knows no bounds.
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