PLEASE NOTE: this is your last chance to buy this item. We will NOT be buying it again. Also, this product is NOT RETURNABLE, and SOLD AS-IS. If it is used, it may have defects, such as highlighting, torn pages or loose cover.
Having a prodigal affects families profoundly--especially a sibling who has remained obedient. Sue Thompson shares her story of struggle, shame, and hope in The Prodigal Brother. Recognizing the unresolved anger that the sibling may experience, this book offers ways to heal the pain of feeling second place in a parent's attention. Thompson writes with sensitivity about forgiving a wayward brother or sister without excusing the behavior. Anyone who has been "the good kid" in the family will find answers, understanding, and the knowledge needed to unload the emotional baggage of growing up with a prodigal in the home.
Did you find this review helpful?