Written by: Brennan Manning and Greg Garrett
Published by: Zondervan
I enjoy reading contemporary fiction, and I am really into focusing on - reading about and further understanding - grace right now, so I was excited to dig into The Prodigal.
This is the story of Jack Chisholm, a pastor who loses everything when he has an affair with his assistant. He must find a way to put his life back together, and learn the power of grace and forgiveness.
Who the book is for:
Christians. Men and women. Those who need to better understand grace.
What I liked:
The fact that this book focuses on grace.
Interesting and unique.
An emotional story at times.
What I didn’t like:
Casual mentions of drinking and driving after drinking.
Something just seemed to be lacking, like it could have been better.
Overall, this was a pretty good read, and you should check it out.
I give The Prodigal 4 out of 5 stars.
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