Jesus’ parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15) is one of the most profound insights to the nature of God's compassionate and unconditional love for us. On this retreat, we will explore the spiritual reflections of Henri Nouwen on Rembrandt’s painting of the homecoming scene of the Prodigal Son. These valuable spiritual insights can serve to increase our hunger and thirst for a deeper union with God on our interior journey of transformation. There will be talks, sharing, small group discussion, and times for reflection through silence, prayer & meditation.
Friday 11th December, 7.30pm – Sunday 13th December, 1pm
Option 1 – $350.00 per person (includes retreat, full catering and two night’s accommodation)
Option 2 – $225.00 (includes retreat and catering)
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Born and educated in Ireland, Eamon, at the age of 28 felt a calling to become a missionary. This led him to work as a volunteer with Mother Teresa in Kolkata, India. It was a life-changing experience which Eamon later shared with many young people in schools in the Canterbury and Otago regions of Aotearoa New Zealand. Eamon has studied philosophy, theology, has a post graduate diploma in counselling (Auckland), and he has recently finished his training as a Spiritual Director with Spiritual Growth Ministries.