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Henri Nouwen, Now & Then | Gabrielle Earnshaw's New Book

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Don't miss this week's Now & Then Podcast! Gabrielle Earnshaw sheds light on the life experiences that influenced Nouwen’s writing in her new book "Henri Nouwen and The Return of the Prodigal Son: The Making of a Spiritual Classic."Episode Notes: https://henrinouwen.org/now-then-gabrielle-earnshaw-latest-book/For More Info: www.henrinouwen.orgTo Sign Up for Our Free Daily E-Meditations: https://henrinouwen.org/resources/daily-meditation/

39mins

13 May 2020

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Henri Nouwen, Now & Then | Gabrielle Earnshaw, The Prodigal Son in the Midst of the Pandemic

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In this week's episode of Now & Then, we look at "What Henri Nouwen can offer us in the midst of this pandemic?" Author and Nouwen Archivist - Gabrielle Earnshaw shares with host Karen Pascal, the answers she has found in The Return of the Prodigal Son.Episode Notes: https://henrinouwen.org/now-then-gabrielle-earnshaw-pandemicMore Info: www.henrinouwen.orgPhoto of Gabrielle by Sophie Angers

42mins

24 Apr 2020

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Gabrielle Earnshaw: Championing Diversity in Tech

Let's Get Disruptive

In this episode, we sit down with the exceptionally insightful Gabrielle Earnshaw, Principal Consultant at Infinity Works! After graduating with a Masters in Engineering from the University of Oxford, Gabrielle started her working life as a risk analyst. Her want of a longer lunch break on a Friday was the commencement of an incredibly successful career in software engineering, working her way up to the top via a variety of industry-leading software houses and consultancies. A prominent UK technology consultancy based in Leeds, Infinity Works are the home of thinkers who do and do-ers who think. A collective of progressive Engineers, Technologists and Consultants, they have the intelligence to devise the right solution to any problem, coupled with the skills to build it, and the ability to help you embed real change in your organisation. In this episode, Gabrielle shares the power of "self-selection" in recruitment, why coding "bootcamps" could be problematic in building key skills such as resilience, the challenges and experiences she's faced as a "woman in tech" - including the prevalence of mansplaining, why you don't have to move into management to excel in your career and that diversity - in all senses of the word - is a key future trend in software. Enjoyed the episode? Please share, rate and review! Looking for a recruitment partner? Get in touch with Insight IT & Engineering Recruitment | s.mccleary@insight-rec.com Looking for a Software Consultancy with the power to transform your organisation? Get in touch with Infinity Works. Host: Sean McCleary Guest: Gabrielle Earnshaw

29mins

27 Feb 2020

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TNS 7-5: Gabrielle Earnshaw

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A conversation with Gabrielle Earnshaw, the chief archivist of the Henri Nouwen Legacy Trust and the editor of collected works and lectures by the late Henri Nouwen. Following Jesus: Finding Our Way Home in an Age of Anxiety

1hr 3mins

5 Dec 2019

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TNS 7-5: Gabrielle Earnshaw

Pulpit Fiction Podcast

A conversation with Gabrielle Earnshaw, the chief archivist of the Henri Nouwen Legacy Trust and the editor of collected works and lectures by the late Henri Nouwen. Following Jesus: Finding Our Way Home in an Age of Anxiety

1hr 3mins

5 Dec 2019

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#1929 - A Ministry of Vulnerability: Gabrielle Earnshaw on Henri Nouwen

Things Not Seen Podcast

Gabrielle Earnshaw has spent two decades with the legacy of beloved author Henri Nouwen. She discusses a new edited volume, Following Jesus: Finding Our Way Home in an Age of Anxiety Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

57mins

5 Dec 2019

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Silence and the Wisdom of Henri Nouwen: A Conversation With Gabrielle Earnshaw (Part 2)

Encountering Silence

Our conversation continues with historian Gabrielle Earnshaw — the founding archivist of the Henri Nouwen Archives in Toronto, Canada. She has been the adviser to the Henri Nouwen Legacy Trust for eighteen years and is consulted throughout the world on Nouwen and his literary legacy.This is part two of a two-part interview. Part one was released last week.She is the editor of several of Nouwen’s posthumously published books, including Love, Henri (a collection of Nouwen’s letters), You Are the Beloved (a collection of daily meditations), and the newly published  Following Jesus: Finding Our Way Home in an Age of Anxiety, based on lectures Nouwen gave at Harvard University in the 1980s.Gabrielle EarnshawIn our conversation, Earnshaw shares not only her insights into the spiritual and literary legacy of Henri Nouwen, but also her own journey into the spirituality of silence — and how curating Nouwen’s archives helped her along the way.Henri Nouwen spoke about silence in every book; it’s not like he had one book on silence — it’s in every book… it was really important to him… one of the most important themes in his writing. — Gabrielle EarnshawSome of the resources and authors we mention in this episode: Henri Nouwen, Love, Henri: Letters on the Spiritual Life Henri Nouwen, You Are the Beloved: Daily Meditations for Spiritaul Living  Henri Nouwen, Following Jesus: Finding Our Way Home in an Age of Anxiety Henri Nouwen, The Way of the Heart: Connecting with God Through Prayer, Wisdom and Silence Henri Nouwen, Encounters with Merton: Spiritual Reflections Henri Nouwen, The Genesee Diary: Report from a Trappist Monastery Henri Nouwen, Return of the Prodigal Son: A Story of Homecoming Henri Nouwen, The Wounded Healer: Ministry in Contemporary Society Henri Nouwen, The Road to Daybreak: A Spiritual Journey John Main, Word Into Silence: A Manual for Christian Meditation Laurence Freeman, Web of Silence: Letters to Meditators Jean Vanier, Tears of Silence: A Meditation Sue Mosteller, Light Through the Crack: Life After Loss Sue Mosteller, A Place to Hold my Shaky Heart: Reflections from Life in Community Sue Mosteller, My Brother, my Sister Thomas Merton, Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander Desert Wisdom: Sayings from the Desert Fathers (introduction by Henri Nouwen) Ronald Rolheiser, The Holy Longing: The Search for a Christian Spirituality  Thomas Keating, Intimacy with God: An Introduction to Centering PrayerThis is part two of a two-part interview. Part one was released last week.Episode 76: Silence and the Wisdom of Henri Nouwen: A Conversation with Gabrielle Earnshaw (Part Two)Hosted by: Kevin JohnsonWith: Carl McColman, Cassidy HallDate Recorded: September 6, 2019Featured Image: Henri Nouwen at his New Haven apartment circa 1981. Photo courtesy of Jim Forest via Flickr Commons.

33mins

15 Oct 2019

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Silence and the Wisdom of Henri Nouwen: A Conversation with Gabrielle Earnshaw (Part 1)

Encountering Silence

Historian Gabrielle Earnshaw is the founding archivist of the Henri Nouwen Archives in Toronto, Canada. She has been the adviser to the Henri Nouwen Legacy Trust for eighteen years and is consulted throughout the world on Nouwen and his literary legacy.She is the editor of several of Nouwen's posthumously published books, including Love, Henri (a collection of Nouwen's letters), You Are the Beloved (a collection of daily meditations), and the newly published  Following Jesus: Finding Our Way Home in an Age of Anxiety, based on lectures Nouwen gave at Harvard University in the 1980s.Gabrielle EarnshawIn our conversation, Earnshaw shares not only her insights into the spiritual and literary legacy of Henri Nouwen, but also her own journey into the spirituality of silence — and how curating Nouwen's archives helped her along the way.Henri Nouwen with his dear friend, Sr. Sue MostellerHenri Nouwen spoke about silence in every book; it's not like he had one book on silence — it's in every book... it was really important to him... one of the most important themes in his writing. — Gabrielle EarnshawSome of the resources and authors we mention in this episode: Henri Nouwen, Love, Henri: Letters on the Spiritual Life Henri Nouwen, You Are the Beloved: Daily Meditations for Spiritaul Living  Henri Nouwen, Following Jesus: Finding Our Way Home in an Age of Anxiety Henri Nouwen, The Way of the Heart: Connecting with God Through Prayer, Wisdom and Silence Henri Nouwen, Encounters with Merton: Spiritual Reflections Henri Nouwen, The Genesee Diary: Report from a Trappist Monastery Henri Nouwen, Return of the Prodigal Son: A Story of Homecoming Henri Nouwen, The Wounded Healer: Ministry in Contemporary Society Henri Nouwen, The Road to Daybreak: A Spiritual Journey John Main, Word Into Silence: A Manual for Christian Meditation Laurence Freeman, Web of Silence: Letters to Meditators Jean Vanier, Tears of Silence: A Meditation Sue Mosteller, Light Through the Crack: Life After Loss Sue Mosteller, A Place to Hold my Shaky Heart: Reflections from Life in Community Sue Mosteller, My Brother, my Sister Thomas Merton, Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander Desert Wisdom: Sayings from the Desert Fathers (introduction by Henri Nouwen) Ronald Rolheiser, The Holy Longing: The Search for a Christian Spirituality  Thomas Keating, Intimacy with God: An Introduction to Centering PrayerThis is part one of a two-part interview. Part two will be released next week.Episode 75: Silence and the Wisdom of Henri Nouwen: A Conversation with Gabrielle Earnshaw (Part One)Hosted by: Kevin JohnsonWith: Carl McColman, Cassidy HallDate Recorded: September 6, 2019

37mins

7 Oct 2019

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On Following Jesus by Henri Nouwen - with Gabrielle Earnshaw

Can I Say This At Church Podcast

It’s not always about what Jesus is calling us to, often it’s about how we get there. In the process how does one find our true name? Guest Bio: Following Jesus is drawn from a series of lectures Nouwen gave that have not been available in book form. Following Jesus does not require dramatic gestures, Nouwen says, but rather small steps "away from 'me' and 'my fevers'" toward God. Gabrielle Earnshaw is the founding archivist of the Henri Nouwen Archives and Research Collection; she is an expert on his legacy. Transcript for Todays Episode: You can also find all the musical selections from all our episodes on our Spotify Playlist.  Check out all the things over at the store...it's a great way to support the show www.canisaythisatchurch.com/store What are you waiting for; consider becoming a Patreon supporter of the show. You'll have access to many perks as well as guaranteeing the future of these conversations; even $1/Month goes so far as this show is 100% listener supported.  https://www.patreon.com/canisaythisatchurch Follow the show: https://www.facebook.com/CanISayThisAtChurch/ https://twitter.com/cistacpodcast https://www.canisaythisatchurch.com/Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

51mins

16 Sep 2019

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Henri Nouwen, Now & Then | Gabrielle Earnshaw, Henri's Latest Book

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Karen Pascal, Executive Director of the Henri Nouwen Society, interviews Gabrielle Earnshaw about editing Henri's latest publication Following Jesus: Finding Our Way Home in an Age of Anxiety. Gabrielle shares that Nouwen makes a compelling case for why Christianity is still relevant, beautiful, intelligent, and necessary in the modern world.www.henrinouwen.org/resources/now-then-podcasts/

25mins

9 Sep 2019

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