6:00-8:00 p.m., April 25 in the MLAC Gymnasium
WHAT DEFINES A MODERN DAY PRODIGAL?
These are often young adults today who have accepted Jesus at a young age, but at some point, stopped associating with Christians to embrace a worldly view. Some of them may now be older adults as well.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone who has a Modern Day Prodigal in their life. The prodigal is often a daughter or son of any age. However, the Modern Day Prodigal may also be a neighbor, another family member, or even a co-worker. In other words, anyone whom the Lord has laid on your heart who has drifted from a biblical walk to embrace a worldly lifestyle.
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN FROM THIS SCRIPTURALLY BASED WORKSHOP:
● You'll receive support from others who are experiencing the same behaviors from their children, grandchildren, and others.
● You'll hear at least one testimony from a past modern day prodigal who received the type of communication that is presented in this workshop.
● You'll receive instruction on how to communicate with the modern day prodigal in your life in writing.
● Lastly, with group and individual prayer, you will handwrite a letter to the modern day prodigal in your life. Your letter will then be put in an envelop and stamped for mailing.