Performed on the driveway. Continue reading Lockdown Session 9: Better Days
If you haven’t read the story of The Prodigal Son, you can read it here.
The story resonates with me on many levels – as a son, as a brother, as a father and as a pastor. I like this narrative because I think that the tendency to run away is dormant in all of us. In addition, I like this story because I think the older brother’s attitude of entitlement also lies dormant in all of us. Continue reading The idea of home… and what it means