Defining "prodigal"

A prodigal is someone engaged in something that separates them from their Heavenly Father.  A prodigal may be your own child, either young or grown; a relative; or a friend. In short, a prodigal is anyone who has walked away from God and is lost and in need of prayer.

Loving a prodigal tests every aspect of your faith

The Parable of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15 provides an instructive model for a parent-prodigal relationship. Often when this story is studied, the focus is on the prodigal son’s journey. Less discussed is the father's. He understood he could do only two things in response to his adult child’s choices: pray and wait.  

Prodigal Hope can help

The purpose of Prodigal Hope is to equip and encourage fellow Christians in their day-to-day relationship with their prodigal. We aim to lift you up in your faith as you hope, pray and wait for your prodigal’s relationship with God to be reconciled through Christ. 

Find support, fellowship and help in communicating clear, love-filled messages to your prodigal without compromising the truth about Christian values and biblical standards of behavior.  

Meeting Times

Prodigal Hope meets on Mondays at 6:30 pm, Jan. 28, 2019, through April 29, 2019. (Inclement weather may affect these dates.)

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