‘The language of tears’

Through church history and across many cultures today, tears have been received as a sign of God’s presence, a gift of prayer and guiding for life’s pathways and choices. David Runcorn helped us to reflect on how we might recover this relationship amidst the particular stresses and uncertainties of our times.

The Revd David Runcorn

David Runcorn has worked in theological teaching and ministry development and support for many years. Now retired, he continues to be involved in training, speaking, writing, retreat leading, and spiritual direction. He lives in Devon. He has written several books, including The Language of Tears: Their gift, mystery and meaning (2018). You can meet him at davidruncorn.com.

Here is another opportunity to listen to David’s talk and the ensuing discussion: