Luke 15:11-32 – The Parable of the Lost Son
Regardless of your level of familiarity with Luke 15, we invite you to journey with us (starting this Sunday) into an in-depth study of The Parable of the Lost Son and how Jesus uses this story to flip the religious worldview of both His day and our day on its head with the reality of the unsettling grace of God that pursues us. Weʼre calling this 5-week series, Lost and Found, where we will examine a first-century parable and itʼs Author, a seventeenth century painting and itʼs artist, and the twenty-first century person in search of lifeʼs meaning.
The Return of the Prodigal Son, Henri Nouwen
The Prodigal God, Timothy Keller