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Messy Journey is for parents walking the difficult road with a wayward child. Be inspired to drink the deep waters of peace as you draw closer to the Father of all prodigals. Author and licensed parent and family educator Lori Wildenberg offers practical grace- and truth-filled ways of navigating your relationship with a detoured child whether they are rejecting faith, dabbling in sin, or wholeheartedly embracing sinful behavior. There is hope. After all, their struggle isn't really with you, it's with God.
Messy Journey: How Grace and Truth Offer the Prodigal a Way Home Lori Wildenberg
Along with other stories, Lori and Courtney share how they hold to conflicting values while staying in relationship and seek to discern Gods truthEven though there is some history shared, it reads like it was yesterdays journal entryRaising teens and young adults is tricky even when things go according to planThere are many perspectives throughout with which to connectBibliographic informationTitleMessy Journey: How Grace and Truth Offer the Prodigal a Way HomeAuthorLori WildenbergPublisherNew Hope Publishers, 2017ISBN1625915233, 9781625915238Length192 pagesSubjectsReligion:Christian Life:FamilyReligion / Christian Life / FamilyReligion / Christian Life / Relationships  Export CitationBiBTeXEndNoteRefManI'm so glad I read the bookIn this rapidly changing world we, as Gods children, need to understand and live Gods plan to its fullestThank you, Lori and Courtney, for openly sharing your journey
When I do this, bits and pieces of my story are woven into every topicIt is full of real life heart wrenching stories, prodigal son and daughter stories, with amazing real life God answers3 reviewsThere are specific prayers and tips so you don't feel aloneI expect it will help thousands of familiesI don't believe in God." For the Christian parent, these words evoke a storm of confusion, fear and sometimes anger 5d8a9798ff