Loving the wandererer

I’ve come across the best article I’ve ever read about loving the son or daughter who’s walked away from their faith. I’m posting the link today on the Edge.

It was written a year ago by Abraham Piper, the son of Twin Cities theologian, pastor and author John Piper.

With Father’s Day coming up, it seemed a great time to post this; you may know a father who’s hurting over a child who seems lost to him. If you don’t have time to read it, here’s the nut graf: A person’s actions won’t change until his heart changes. Behavior pours out of how a person thinks. A wandering son or daughter needs to see clearly again before he or she can make decisions that a clear-visioned person would make.

Here’s the link, Edglings.

Have a great weekend. Don’t forget to call your Dad.

Author: Susan

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