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Wounds Are Where Light Enters

Wounds Are Where Light Enters

By Walter Wangerin Jr.
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.5 Stars

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On 6/24 Michele Morin wrote: Wendell Berry poured this wisdom into the mouth of one of his fictional characters: “Telling a story is like reaching into a granary full of wheat and drawing out a handful. There is always more to tell than can be told.” (Jayber Crow) This is always the nature of story, and in Wounds Are Where ... Drawing Out a Handful of Light

Michele's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/10 Jeff Randleman wrote: Several years ago, I was exposed to the stories of Walter Wangerin when I watch a performance of his story, Ragman, at a youth leader’s conference I attended. At that moment I was hooked. I purchased Ragman: And Other Cries OF Faith and devoured it. Every now and then, I get it out and reread a story ... Book Review – Wounds Are Where Light Enters by Walter Wangerin Jr.

Jeff's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/23 Nicole Morgan wrote: Wounds Are Where Light Enters: Stories of God's Intrusive Grace by Walter Wangerin Jr. is a collection of short stories that illustrate the various facets of grace and how it is expressed in human beings. From the mundane to the extraordinary, the youngest child to the oldest man, the miracle of birth ... WOUNDS ARE WHERE LIGHT ENTERS BY WALTER WANGERIN JR.

Nicole's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/12 Nadine Trimble wrote:  My Opinion:This is a humbling collection of finding Jesus in the everyday hurts and experiences of life. There are ten chapters and 22 short stories relating to finding Jesus. This would be a great daily read in the middle of a busy day or a gift. Zondervan Publishing:In Wounds Are Where Light ... Book Review: Wounds Are Where Light Enters

Nadine's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/11 cassandra95011 wrote: The book, one box of tissues and a cozy spot to read and time is all you will need to enjoy this wonderful book about strength and God's love. The author chose great stories to get his feelings across and even if you just read a few at a time they will bless and stay near to your mind all day. I think ... Wounds Are Where Light Enters By Walter Wangerin Jr. Review

cassandra95011's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/7 Zachary_Houle wrote: The late, lamented Leonard Cohen once wrote a lyric that went, “There is a crack in everything / That’s how the light gets in.” That line is apropos for Walter Wangerin Jr.’s latest book, Wounds Are Where Light Enters, for what is a wound but a crack? While the book has been out for more than ... Wounds ARe Where Light Enters

Zachary_Houle's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/2 LifeLoveTruth wrote: This is a small volume and a collection of short true stories. The author, Walter Wangerin, Jr., spreads his content among ten parts and and 22 chapters. He doesn't include an introduction but he does includes an Epilogue. This author, Walter Wangerin, Jr., has written over 40 books. He is widely acclaimed ... Storytelling to Teach

LifeLoveTruth's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/29 The Little Friar wrote: Walter Wangerin's Wounds Are Where the Light Comes In is a collection of personal stories that explores all the little (and sometimes big) ways that God can intervene in our daily lives.  There are two such stories that stand out to me. First, the story of Diane who was sexually abused by her ... wounds are where the light comes in -- a book review

The Little Friar's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/11 PaperBlossoms wrote: Many know the acclaimed author Walter Wangerin Jr., the storyteller who gave us the national bestseller The Book of the Dun Cow.In Wounds Are Where Light Enters, you’ll see how God’s love breaks into our lonely moments in unexplainable ways. Wangerin tells the stories of memorable characters facing ... Wounds Are Where Light Enters

PaperBlossoms' Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/8 Jon Gibson wrote: Walter Wangerin’s newest book “Wounds Are Where Light Enters” contains personal stories. He shares stories about his family, his childhood, his ministry, and so much more. Wangerin seems to be an artist as much as a writer. Of course, some don’t see the two as mutually exclusive anyway, but Wangerin ... Wounds Are Where Light Enters - A Book Review

Jon Gibson's Rating:

5 Stars