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Upcoming Bible Study Aimed at Those in Tough Circumstances

Jan. 28, 2016 — As we all know, life is a tangled web. Poor judgment, ill-chosen colleagues, and giving in to reckless impulses can lead to a world of problems. Operating from this shaky foundation, our actions can be the ruin of ourselves and others, leading us down roads to economic ruin, substance addiction, and prison time—for the most unfortunate.

These are the kinds of dire straits that The Journey Home, an upcoming Bible study resource from Lutheran Hour Ministries, addresses. Written in large part using Jesus' parable of the prodigal son in Luke 15:11-32 as its backdrop, The Journey Home brings to the forefront the idea that we're all prodigals in need of divine forgiveness and redemption. Drilling down to life issues that negatively impact people in general (conceit, greed, apathy, sex) to issues that hit some more than others (drugs, aggression, alcohol, rejection of God), this study tackles a wide range of issues head-on.

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