Jack Chisholm is a mega church pastor in Seattle. Or was.
After some scandalous behavior, Jack finds himself alone, broke and without a plan.
That is until his father rescues him.
But how will Jack go on?
Can he live in his abandoned hometown when the whole world knows what he did?
What will Jack do, live in the grace of his second chance or drown his sorrows and lose in the bottle?
Brennan Manning and Greg Garrett tell a realistic tale about what happens after the Prodigal Son comes home.
While I found myself looking for the familiar pattern of Manning’s more serious literature, this fictional tale did not disappoint in dropping solid truth along the way.
Filled with real, identifiable characters, Manning and Garrett explore what grace lived out may actually look like for one mega church pastor.
At no point did the humanity or theology of this tale seem forced. The tragedy and gracious love followed with all realism.
This was an excellent read, suitable for all ages.
I would give this book 5 out of 5 stars.
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