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Contents:
  1. Quick Overview
  2. Editor's Picks
  3. 4 Ways to Find Hope for Your Prodigal
  4. 4 Ways to Find Hope for Your Prodigal

  • The Courage.
  • A Song For Nero;
  • See a Problem?.
  • Hope for the parent of a prodigal.

Have you ever felt crushed by numerous commitments? You are not alone! Alternate Images. The Benefits of Belief. Unshakable Faith. End-Time Hope.

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Story of Hope. Julian Melgosa Julian Melgosa holds a degree in psychology from the University of Madrid, and a doctorate in educational psychology from Andrews University. About AdventistBookCenter. Realize that the prison cell is a prison cell. Recognize why you are there. Take responsibility for your being there. Experience remorse. Then relinquish control over it all. At that moment, God will open the cell door…and you will run free. Are you still a prisoner? Are you tired of feeling guilty, being bound by rules, and carrying the baggage of your past…all the time? The cell door is open.

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And the Father is waiting there with open arms. Just run to him. Looking for more hope and grace for Prodigals? By: Steve Brown.


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Learn more about Mailchimp's privacy practices here. Realization The first step on the road to freedom is realization. Recognition The process moves from realization to recognition. Repentance The next step is repentance.

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Remorse The next step on the road to freedom is remorse. Relinquishment Then there is relinquishment. Resolution The final step from the prison cell to freedom is resolution. Join the Conversation:. Share with Friends: email facebook twitter pinterest. Connect With Key Life. Connect With Steve Brown. First Name. Last Name. Bill Putman.

Testimony of a Prodigal - You Will Come to the End of Yourself

The statistics are sobering: between 80 and 90 percent of kids who have grown up in the church are leaving the church after age eighteen. Children slipping away into a culture that tells them the Bible isn't true, sin is no big deal, God isn't real, or there are many ways to get into heaven. Whether parents may blame themselves or the culture, the result is the same: lost The statistics are sobering: between 80 and 90 percent of kids who have grown up in the church are leaving the church after age eighteen.

Whether parents may blame themselves or the culture, the result is the same: lost souls. But our God specializes in lost souls and the gospel is as powerful as it ever was. With wisdom that comes from personal experience, Jim Putman and his father, Bill Putman, offer brokenhearted parents and loved ones hope for their prodigals.

4 Ways to Find Hope for Your Prodigal

A prodigal son himself, Jim has also found himself in the role of the prodigal's father when his own son rejected the faith. This family's powerful story of restoration, along with solid biblical truths and practical advice, will inspire, motivate, and equip readers to go after their lost sheep with acts of love and service. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Hope for the Prodigal , please sign up.

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4 Ways to Find Hope for Your Prodigal

More filters. Sort order. Sep 22, Jen Bradbury rated it liked it. An increasing body of research suggests that young people are leaving the church. As a person of faith, I care deeply about this phenomenon. As a youth pastor, this phenomenon breaks my heart. For me, the word An increasing body of research suggests that young people are leaving the church. For me, the word prodigal refers to someone who leaves the church and then returns to it, just as the prodigal son in the Biblical story leaves his family, returns to it, and is welcomed home by his father. And indeed, Jim and Bill use the parable of the prodigal son throughout the book.

Ultimately, the prodigal is responsible for their own actions. I found it challenging and helpful to envision the older son in the story of the prodigal son as the church. Sep 28, Jennifer rated it did not like it. The opinions I have expressed are my own, and I was not required to write a positive review. Sounds like a promising title right? In addition, as an aside, the wonderful use of the Oxford comma pleases the grammar geek in me. I wanted to like this book. I really did!

I wanted to enjoy it, learn from it, and grow from it. I had high hopes for this book! But I just. This he speaks of already in the introduction and throughout chapter 1 at least as far in the chapter as I could get , this theme is the foundation for all his arguments. I was just not able to get past this and see the good that may be apparent in his writing.

There was the odd point that I greatly appreciated. He speaks of how essential it is for parents to model their faith to their children. That, if parents truly believe their faith is important to them, they need to show this importance in their own lives and how they address issues in their children's' lives.