A huge potential problem for churches & Christians throughout history is that we would fail to follow the example of the father in the story of the Prodigal Son.
That we would become content with who is here and lose concern for those who are absent, have wandered away or perhaps have never been introduced to a Father who loves them.
This is a familiar story, but we hope it’s a story that would re-align our hearts with the heart of:
- a Father who was willing to leave the 99 to find the 1.
- a Father who refuses to stop searching until what is lost is restored.
- a Father who throws a party for a son who has done nothing to deserve it.
- a Father who always has His Eyes on the Road.