- The Prodigal God by Timothy Keller
“This is a teensy book–but it packs a big punch. In it, Tim Keller explicates the parable of the Prodigal Son from a completely different perspective than most of us are used to hearing.
While we generally hear the story told from the perspective of the lost younger brother who is welcomed back into the family without any expectation of compensation, Keller urges us to look a bit deeper and see the reality of TWO lost sons–a younger lost to his father by his profligacy and an older lost to his father by his self-righteousness.”
- Innocent Passion Drink
I served this at Debbie’s bachelorette party–to rave reviews. It’s definitely worth trying.
On the web
It’s a short week for the Recap as I’ve been busy thinking of other things this week. Sorry–sometimes I need to be preoccupied with something other than the internet :-) (Imagine that!)
Books for the TBR list:
- Summer at Tiffany by Marjorie Hart
I’m a sucker for memoir, for “the olden days”, and for slightly glamorous encounters. This memoir of a woman who worked as a page for Tiffany’s in the 1940s sounds just up my alley.
Videos worth seeing:
- I really, really, REALLY, REALLY want to go to this conference. I’m a big Piper fan and one of my big pushes this year has been exercising my mind towards the things of God. This sounds…amazing.
HT: Vitamin Z