The Prodigal God

Providence Presbyterian Church will begin a six-weeks study on the book The Prodigal God by Tim Keller

Prod.i.gal – adjective. 1)recklessly extravagant 2) giving or yielding profusely; lavishly abundant 3) having spent everything

One son kept the rules religiouslly. One son broke them all. One father loved them both beyond anything they could ever imagine. The Prodigal God is a dramatic film and group study based on Jesus’ great parable – The Prodigal Son.

Join us in rediscovering the heart of the Christian faith

The Prodigal God is for both curious outsiders and established insiders of
the faith as it is meant to lay out the essentials of the Christian message,
the gospel.  If the teaching of Jesus is likened to a lake, this famous parable
would be one of the clearest spots where we can see all the way down to the
bottom.

Pastor Timothy Keller

Come join us at Providence Presbyterian Church to discover the heart of the Christian faith. We will begin this six week series in January. It is not necessary to buy the book, though it is helpful to have.

Sundays 9:45-10:45

Session ONE: The Parable – January 3

Session TWO: The People around Jesus – January 10

Session THREE: The Two Lost Sons – January 17

Session FOUR: The Elder Brother – January 24

Session FIVE: The True Elder Brother – January 31

Session SIX: The Feast of the Father – February 7

Wednesdays 9:15-10:15 (WITH CHILDCARE)

Session ONE: The Parable – January 6

Session TWO: The People around Jesus – January 13

Session THREE: The Two Lost Sons – January 20

Session FOUR: The Elder Brother – January 27

Session FIVE: The True Elder Brother – February 3

Session SIX: The Feast of the Father – February 10

Additional groups may be started based on interest and time availability. Please contact us if these times do not work for you.

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