Reaching Your Prodigal: What Did I Do Wrong? What Do I Do Now?
by Phil Waldrep
Prodigals come in many forms. We often think of the defiant ones as prodigals, but there are other types that break our hearts: embarrassing, intellectual, lukewarm, and religious prodigals. The word prodigal means
wasted. Like the younger son in Jesus' parable, many of our loved ones are wasting their lives. Learn how to love them no matter what form of
wasted they choose.
. . . Understanding, encouragement, and real solutions for parents who want to do the right thing but are not quite sure exactly what that might be. This book is a must! -- Andy Andrews, New York Times best-selling author of The Traveler's Gift and The Noticer
Reaching Your Prodigal is an honest but tender book filled with wisdom. -- Candace Cameron Bure, actress, author, cohost of The View
An insightful, practical guide for grandparents and parents everywhere. Hopeful and encouraging, this book provides the answers you've been looking for. -- Margaret Feinberg, author of Fight Back With Joy, Wonderstruck, and Live Loved: An Adult Coloring Book