At Home In The Father's House (Paperback)John Sheasby & Ken Gire
Finding your place in the house of God.
If you believe that you will never be good enough to receive the love of God, He has a message for you: “You are loved.”
At Home in the Father’s House takes a look at the parable of the father with two sons, one a prodigal son and the other faithful but bitter. John Sheasby’s approach to this well-known parable will change readers’ understanding of that story forever, and their relationship with the Father who loves them and welcomes them home, especially if they have felt undeserving of His love.
John Sheasby himself had to overcome a lifetime of shame and doubt because he believed that his best would never be good enough for God. God finally broke through, making him realize that he had always had a room in the Father’s house and a seat at God’s table. God was just waiting for him to sit down.
Are you ready to take your seat at God’s table? Understand that the Father loves you and wants you to share in His home today.
About the author
John Sheasby is an evangelist and teacher from South Africa who now resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he leads Liberated Living Ministries. He is an in-demand international speaker and a frequent guest at Michael W. Smith events throughout the year.
Ken Gire is the author of more than 20 books, including the best-sellers The Divine Embrace and Intimate Moments with the Savior. A graduate of Texas Christian University and Dallas Theological Seminary, he lives in Colorado.
ByJohn Sheasby & Ken Gire
Size127 x 184 mm
Number of Pages192 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
I first met John Sheasby about four years ago at a church in Franklin, Tennessee, where he gave a message on the material in the book you now hold in your hands. I loved his message, his passion, his South African accent. Everything about him exuded love, joy, and a peace I rarely see in most people today—even in Christians. We became fast friends, and every time he came to Nashville to speak we would hang out together, talking about our favorite subject: the Father’s heart.
The message in this book is pivotal not only to my life and ministry but to the life and ministry of the church. At the heart of this message is our spiritual identity, which is the secret to our wholeness. So many people, I have found, find it difficult to believe that God loves them. They find it even more difficult to believe that God delights in them.
Yet he does. In spite of our sins, no matter how shameful. In spite of our struggles, no matter how often they