Lived 1940 - 2017
Arnold was the senior pastor of the Bruderhof – an international communal movement dedicated to a life of simplicity, service, sharing, and nonviolence. In thirty years as a family counsellor, Arnold advised thousands of couples and individuals, including the terminally ill, veterans, prison inmates, and teenagers. A native of Britain and father of eight grown children, he later lived with his wife Verena in upstate New York.
Be Not Afraid(224 pages)
Overcoming the fear of death
In this hope-filled book, stories of real men and women offer hard-won insights on dealing with uncertainty, loss, grief, and the fear of death. Arnold knows that the biggest challenges in life are the ones that won’t fit the script. All the same, he is convinced that there are plenty of common truths worth holding to the light.
Eberhard Arnold(239 pages)
If you’ve never read any of Eberhard Arnold’s writings before, this collection may be the best place to start. For those already familiar with the author, this e-book might be described as the Portable Arnold – a collection of the strongest and best of his prolific output.
Why Forgive?(187 pages)
No matter the weight of our bitterness or despair, forgiving is the surest way to get out from under it. But that’s easier said than done. Why Forgive? brings together survivors of crime, betrayal, bigotry, and abuse – and ordinary men and women plagued by everyday strife. Together, their stories will challenge and encourage others wherever they are on the road to healing.