The Way Home: Finding Where We Belong
The story of the prodigal son in Luke 15 resonates with many people today, especially those grappling with questions of meaning, identity, security and belonging. Drawing on this parable, Ron Kallmier's The Way Home explores different journeys we may take...
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The story of the prodigal son in Luke 15 resonates with many people today, especially those grappling with questions of meaning, identity, security and belonging. Drawing on this parable, Ron Kallmier's The Way Home explores different journeys we may take in the pursuit of meaning - and God Himself.Through the telling of a number of different people's stories, alongside the prodigal son, Ron encourages readers to think again about their own story, and the deepest issues of faith, life and the nature of God.This book is ideal for prompting discussion between friends, and it gives opportunities for Christians to graciously walk alongside others who are still searching.
Ron Kallmier, the Director of Training for CWR, is an experienced Australian teacher, counsellor and pastor. A graduate of Sydney & Macquarie Universities in Sydney, he has served as a high school pastor, teacher and counsellor, and as a denominational leader when, for ten years, he was Director of Christian Education and Youth Ministry in NSW. Before his first term as Senior Tutor with CWR in 1998-2000, Ron conducted a private counselling practice in Sydney at DaySpring Church, where, on his return to Sydney, he served as one of the pastoral team for five years, until returning to CWR early in 2006. His background in teaching at primary, secondary and tertiary levels, and his experience in local church pastoral ministry, blend with his academic training and experience in Christian Ministry, Education and Psychology. Ron brings many years of "hands on" experience into some of the key areas of CWR's ministry. Ron and his wife, Jeanette, have three daughters and three young grandsons. Arriving at CWR at a time of major transition, he has found there is a great opportunity to develop and strengthen the excellent work that has been done in the CWR area of Training and Events, which he now leads.