Coming Home: To the Father Who Loves You (Paperback)

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Are you as close to God as you would like to be?

Few Christians would claim to have fallen into overt sin, but many of us have allowed busyness, materialism, and the pursuit of pleasure to erode our spiritual lives. If you have been sidetracked from your journey with God, there is a pathway that leads home. Coming Home offers step-by-step guidance and encouragement to lead you back to your waiting Father.

“Spiritual rain for your heart’s desert. Robert Jeffress is a world-class storyteller. Offers an easy to read, conscience-pricking pathway back to the heavenly Father who loves us.”
--Bobb Biehl, President, Masterplanning Group International

“For those who have strayed… Coming Home is worthy of your reading.”
--Adrian Rogers, Host, “Love Worth Finding”

“Robert Jeffress is right: living a God-honoring life is ‘no game for sissies.’ Both the culture in which we live and our own natural bent toward sin pull us away from the God we mean to follow. Coming Home points wandering believers back to a Father who not only waits, but welcomes us home again with open arms.”
--Ed Young, Pastor, Second Baptist Church, Houston

About the Author


Robert Jeffress (DMin, Southwestern Theological Seminary; ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary) is an author and the senior pastor of the 10,000-member First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas. His bold, biblical and practical approach to ministry has made him one of the country's most respected evangelical leaders and earned him a Daniel Award from Vision America. He regularly appears on major mainstream media outlets such as Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, The O'Reilly Factor, Cavuto on Business, ABC's Good Morning America and CBS's The Early Show. He also hosts a television program, Pathway to Victory, and teaches a daily sermon series that airs on 1,200 television stations and cable systems throughout the nation and in 28 countries around the world.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781578568574
ISBN-10: 1578568579
Publisher: Waterbrook Press
Publication Date: October 18th, 2005
Pages: 197
Language: English