Through the Eyes of a Prodigal Paperback
Hope for Parents and Leaders with Wayward Children
by Danny Casas Jr.;
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Through the Eyes of a Prodigal
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Have you lost hope that your wayward son or daughter will ever return to Christ? In this powerful book, Through the Eyes of a Prodigal, Pastor Danny challenges you to believe that God is still able to set them free! A former prodigal himself, he knows this personally. As a teenager, Danny turned away from the Lord and fell deep into sin. Eventually, returning to the Lord, he shares his poignant story and examples of other prodigals to re-ignite hope to those whose flame is dying. In this inspiring book, you will find:
- Powerful stories of prodigals coming home
- Insight for parents with "rebellious church kids"
- A direct message to prodigals
- Practical steps in reaching them today
What awesome revelation and insight into the mind and heart of a former prodigal. Pastor Danny's openness and transparency about his life experiences gives us firsthand knowledge into how and why someone who is raised in church by godly parents can turn away from God. More importantly, his book gives parents hope that no matter how impossible things might look, God's word never left him. For parents who look to Proverbs 22:6 as God's promise for their children, this book reinforces that promise.
-Richard Salazar, senior pastor, New Harvest Norwalk
Through the Eyes of a Prodigal by Danny Casas Jr. was published by Westbow Press in June 2012. The ISBN for Through the Eyes of a Prodigal is 9781449754525.
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Details for Through the Eyes of a Prodigal
|Page last updated||26th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Danny Casas Jr.|
|Publisher||Westbow Press (June 2012)|
|Number of Pages||160|