Help! I have a prodigal.
Has your world been turned upside down by a loved one’s behavior? Do you wonder how you will survive the pain of this season? Is God ignoring your pain?
With wisdom drawn from her experience with a prodigal child, Judy R. Slegh offers compassion and hope to those wearied by the turmoil of loving someone who has turned away from the faith and value systems of his or her upbringing. Designed as an emotional healing resource, this devotional guide combines interactive prayer with thoughtful guidance to help readers
- identify components of emotional wounds,
- release pain,
- set boundaries,
- learn to hear God’s voice,
- recognize spiritual forces at work,
- deal with demonic influences,
- develop God-directed declarations for specific situational prayer.
Stressing the need for self-reflection and forgiveness, this resource illuminates how partnering with God through prayer is the key to recovering from the pain inflicted by a beloved prodigal. Experience compassion, hope, and healing through devotional readings, thoughtful questions, and prayers designed to help you identify and unpack your emotional baggage, freeing you to welcome your prodigal home.
Heidi Waldoch –
This book is life changing! Judy gives personal testimonies that draw the reader in, gives easy tips, tools and applications to use. The book is easy to read and applicable to those who have a prodigal and even those wanting to grown in their faith. She covers everything in this book and is sure to change your life. I highly recommend Help! I have a Prodigal!
Vicky Biren –
If you are like me you thought this would never happen to your family because you are all so close and your family gets along. As years pass and resentments build up, families fall apart and get divided. This book is such a wonderful tool to learn how to pray for your prodigal, how to communicate these difficult issues with one another. I am not sure how we got here, but we are here and I needed help. This book gave me such insight into why and how to navigate out of the angry feelings, the sadness I was feeling and so I did not feel alone. Many go thru this same situation with their loved ones. Now there is a step by step guide with what to do with the frustration and hopelessness. There is hope and healing. May you find it in this book like I did. Thank you Judy Slegh!
This book gave me such hope. It helped me identify and release some feelings I struggled with for a long time regarding my son. It gave me courage to reach out to my grandkids and I have now been reunited with them. It showed me how to pray for my situation. I still have some areas to work through and I will read this book numerous times! Thank you Judy and thank you God.