You Can ALWAYS Come Back Home…

The parable of the Prodigal Son is one that is very familiar and in it Jesus deeply portrays the message of Gods unwavering love for His children.  In the message entitled “You Can Always Come Back Home”, I want you to know that God loves us, and even when we mess up, He is there waiting for us to come back home.  As a matter of fact God’s love for us is stronger than the sins in our life that separate us from Him, and there is no pit deep enough that God cannot pull you out of.  If you are in the will of God, I urge you to remember to pray for someone you know who has strayed away.  If we remain honest, I’m sure there has been a time in each of our lives where we have all allowed our personal desires to cause us to drift into a “far country”.  And if you have ever left God, you know what that can be like be.  So today, help someone get to a turning point in their life, one that turns them BACK TO GOD!  

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Question:  What is stopping you from coming back home?  Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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Rachel L. Proctor

Rachel Proctor is a productivity coach for multi-passionate entrepreneurs who struggle with taking their business ideas from the starting block to across the finish line. Through her inspiring blog posts + videos, on-demand training products and one-on-one coaching, she’s here to challenge you to take purpose-driven risks and shake up your approach to goal setting. She will show you how to turn your ideas + passions into purposeful actions to create a business that will change the world - while making every step seem effortless! And when she’s not coaching, you can find her indulging in (and highlighting) the latest John Maxwell book, watching anything on Food Network or shopping for fabulous shoes. Meet Rachel and get ready to turn your passions into to a business that will change the world at