For the person who’s messed up big time in life, God’s grace provides relief and forgiveness. But what about the person who hasn’t made any major mistakes and has done everything to abide by the rules?
The story in the New Testament of the prodigal son isn’t intended to focus solely on the younger brother and his strained relationship with his father.
The parable of the prodigal son isn’t just for men and women who have fallen away from the life of faith. It’s also for those of us working through our faith on a daily basis.
When someone mistreats us, or someone we love, our instinct is to make them pay for the hurt they’ve caused. An inspirational message of a father's unconditional forgiveness and grace.
If you’re a parent, you know what it means to love your son or daughter, even when they make mistakes. Let's look at the unconditional love God has for each of His children.
We enjoy celebrating special occasions and accomplishments, such as anniversaries, graduations, and weddings. But what about when someone repents and comes home?
We’ve all made a mess of our lives at some point or another. But no matter what poor choices we’ve made, God welcomes us home with open arms.
Sometimes it’s easy to read the Bible without becoming personally engaged in its stories. Let's talk about the Prodigal Son and offer a realistic picture of what would happen if this event took place today.
As parents, we know the heartache that comes when a child has chosen the wrong path. Whether they’ve walked away from the faith, or are simply making poor choices, we long for them to return to the safety of our home.
Repentance is a term frequently used in Christian circles. But how many of us really understand what repentance means?
When life is going well, we tend to forget God’s been with us every step of the way. And unfortunately, it often takes a major loss to get our attention.