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Mensch Martinus 
Uwe Birnstein
Martin, The Man
Why Luther Touches our Hearts

Martin Luther was a stubborn person and a sensitive pastor, a dedicated family man and loyal friend, a man who stood by his fears as well as his faith. Uwe Birnstein elucidates the human side of Luther, one that touches us, not because of the drama, but due to his humanity.

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Segen auf See 
Katharina Plehn-Martins
Blessings at Sea
Take a cruise with the chaplain

Whether the ship is headed for the North Cape, anchored near Naples, or at Santorini, the ship’s chaplain is always on duty. She keeps her ears open for anyone eager to have a conversation, because in the calm of vacation, or at least some distance from everyday routine, and surrounded by vast oceans, existential themes come to the surface.

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Loslassen und weitergehen 
Wunibald Müller
Letting Go and Moving On
Steppng into retirement

Anyone who is leaving a career behind has to adjust to many new aspects of life. Wunibald Müller knows from personal experience that the transition to retirement is in many ways tainted by the feeling of not being needed anymore. How can you separate yourself from everything that you will lose from one day to the next, or already had to leave behind?

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Die spirituelle Weisheit der Bäume 
Pierre Stutz
The Spiritual Wisdom of Trees
A journey of discovery
With photos by Andrea Göppel

The texts in this volume were created in dialogue with trees. They tell of the divine life force that animates all things. Pierre Stutz’s poems and thoughts engage in a deep dialogue with the life force of the trees. The design includes photographs by Andrea Göppel that were taken exclusively for this book.

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Eine Spur ins Leben 
Walter Kardinal Kasper
A Trail into Life
A guide through Lent and Eastertime

Lent and Easter are a special time of year. The Biblical texts during these weeks raise a lot of questions: Why and for what purpose am I here? What’s the point of my life? Where does the trail of life lead me?

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Das Glück hat zwei Räder 
Claudia Nietsch-Ochs / Robert Ochs
Happiness Has Two Wheels
Experiencing life with a bicycle

Claudia Nietsch-Ochs and Robert Ochs ride their bikes daily. In short texts they describe their observations along the way and at the side of the road, their encounters with people and animals, their experiences in every kind of weather and season of the year, also with themselves

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Den anderen Blick wagen 
Klaus Koziol
Daring a Second Look
Finding meaning in life through the wisdom of monks

Can the wisdom of monks and nuns who lived centuries ago be of any help for us today? Yes, especially if you look critically for the central ideas and motivations in their writings. Klaus Koziol does exactly that. He approaches these old texts in a fresh and unusual way, and discovers a fascinating, hidden treasure. Therese of Lisieux, Bernhard of Clairvaux, Benedict of Nursia or Brother Luc of Tibhirine consistently made human beings their focal point – with all our needs, longings, and possibilities.

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Tastender Glaube 
Franz Kamphaus
Tangible Faith
Inspiration for a Liturgical Year of St. Matthew

Franz Kamphaus, Bishop of Limburg for many years, is a master at finding diamonds in the rough within the mountain of biblical texts, polishing them and presenting them in just the right setting that allows them to shine. In this book he elucidates the approximately 65 texts from the gospels of Matthew and John that are read during Sunday and holiday services throughout lectionary year A, offering surprising insights and memorable turns of phrase.

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Blickkontakt mit dem Unsichtbaren 
Regina Groot Bramel
Eye Contact with the Invisible
Bible Interludes for Each Day of the Year

This is a year-long guide for people who, with all due respect to the seriousness of life and Christian faith, have not forgotten how to laugh. Inspiration from the biblical tradition is evocatively conveyed in literary form: biblical figures become good friends over the course of the year, and stories from the Bible give inspiration for acting in the here and now.

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Henri Nouwen – Mit Leidenschaft für das Leben 
Wunibald Müller
Henri Nouwen - With Passion for Life
Foreword by Anselm Grün

Wunibald Müller met Henri Nouwen many times. Based on his memories, recordings, and Nouwen’s activities in Toronto, the author explores Nouwen’s motivations for leading a radical life dedicated to humanity. Whether speaking with university colleagues, French priests, or the poor in Peru, Nouwen always enchanted his companions through his loving mercy, his openness, and his intense vitality. Sustained by a deep relationship with God, he let himself be moved by human misery. Curious and determined, he stood with the poor time and again.

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