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Will Your Prodigal Come Home?: An Honest Discussion of Struggle & Hope [Paperback]

By Jeff Lucas (Author)
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Having a prodigal in the family?someone who has left the faith?can be heartbreaking, harmful to the family as a whole, and the source of wrenching guilt. This challenging and encouraging book helps cast light on the many types of prodigals and provides a message of healing and hope.

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Studio: Zondervan
Pages   192
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.42" Width: 5.47" Height: 0.51"
Weight:   0.38 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Mar 31, 2007
Publisher   Zondervan Publishing
ISBN  0310267250  
ISBN13  9780310267256  
UPC  025986267254  

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More About Jeff Lucas

Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Author and speaker Jeff Lucas travels internationally in a ministry of Bible teaching which carries a specific vision to encourage and equip the church. Jeff is the author of twenty-two books, as well as a number of study guides, booklets and a DVD teaching series called 'Life Journeys'. Jeff's books have been translated into French, Italian, Korean, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese and German. He writes a monthly column for Christianity Magazine.He broadcasts three weekly radio shows. Jeff and Kay live in Loveland, Colorado, where he holds a teaching post at Timberline Church, Fort Collins.

Jeff Lucas was born in 1946.

Spanish Language Biography: Jeff Lucas es el autor de catorce libros muy vendidos, entre ellos, Lucas on Life, How Not to Pray y Grace Choices. Jeff nacio en Gran Bretana, y en la actualidad sirve en el equipo de liderazgo de Spring Harvest. Es un pastor maestro de la iglesia Timberline en Colorado, donde reside con su esposa Kay.

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I am so greatful for this honest look at the prodigal  Aug 30, 2007
It took me a week to get through the first two chapters of this book. I would have to stop reading because I couldn't see through the tears. It was as if Mr. Lucas had been living in my heart. He verbalized like know one I have read how the parent of a prodigal feels. His compassionate understanding of God's love for us the true prodigals and how through this He knows our pain and hears our hearts was amazingly comforting. His suggested prayer for the prodigal and examples of what this means gave me courage I wish I could thank him for this book personally. This is a great book for grieving parents that gives understanding, hope and restores faith in a God who understands and loves us and our prodigal. Thank you Mr Lucas.
A must-read...even if you don't know a prodigal  Aug 1, 2007
Jeff Lucas displays a poignant, more compassionate side in his latest work, "Will Your Prodigal Come Home?" I am a fan of Lucas' writing and his acerbic wit is still evident, but his comforting tone and encouraging advice will be a great blessing to any believer struggling with estrangement issues. The subtitle nails it: "An honest discussion of struggle and hope." I found his commentary on guilt especially helpful. As always, Jeff is ruthless in his treatment of the myopic, legalistic religious establishment. Another recurring Lucas theme is "the party" sadly lacking in the lives of so many self-confessed Christ-followers. "Will Your Prodigal Come Home?" is timely and refreshing, and I cannot wait for "The Prodigal-friendly Church."

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