God, full of grace and mercy
You never turn away anyone who seeks you.
You wait for us with open arms
To turn from our sinful and vain ways,
And come to You:
To be healed,
To be reconciled,
To be like Christ.
We come to You, gracious God.
We come to be healed
And to be reconciled.
We come to be empowered
So we can be your ambassadors of hope and grace
To a world that desperately needs Your love and compassion.
In The Mother’s Tale Sally tells the story of the prodigal’s mother and what she could have been thinking and feeling when her youngest son left home.
Mother Laura has a sermon on The Prodigal Son that looks at the parable in a very different way than most of us have heard it.
On RevGalBlogPals Sue has posted a prayer from the prodigal’s point of view.
Did you know there are only eight verses in the Bible that discourage women from speaking and holding leadership positions in the church? Did you know there are thousands of verses in the Bible that tell the stories of women who were leaders in their homes, towns, and religious circles? Meet the women in the Bible who were religious & civic leaders, business women, & women who challenged both Jesus and Moses in What You Didn’t Learn in Sunday School. What else didn’t you learn in Sunday School? Find out when you buy What You Didn’t Learn in Sunday School: Women Who Didn’t Shut Up & Sit Down from Wipf and Stock Publishers or Amazon.com today.
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