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I Have a Prodigal

Judy R. Slegh


Purchasing information: Available through Redemption Press, Amazon, Ingram Publishers, and other

$17.99 Retail. $9.99 Kindle edition


Has your world been turned upside down by a loved one’s behavior? Do you wonder how you will survive the pain of this season? Is God ignoring your pain? Are you wearied by the turmoil of loving someone who has turned away from your faith and value system?

Judy R. Slegh has drawn wisdom from her own personal experience with a prodigal child. This devotional guide is designed to be an emotional healing resource. Judy has passionately filled the pages with compassion and hope. “Help, I have a prodigal!” is filled with interactive prayers and thoughtful guidance to help readers

  • identify components of emotional wounds,

  • release pain,

  • set boundaries,

  • learn to hear God’s voice,

  • recognize spiritual forces at work and how to deal with them,

  • develop God-directed declarations for specific situations through prayer.

This resource illuminates how partnering with God through prayer is the key to recovering from the pain inflicted by a beloved prodigal. Experience compassion, hope, and healing through devotional readings, thoughtful questions, and prayer to help identify and unpack emotional baggage, thereby freeing you to welcome your prodigal home.

Author Biography:

Judy R. Slegh serves as the leader and CEO of Nephros Ministries, a healing and deliverance prayer ministry in Minnesota. Ordained as a pastor and certified to train others in Bethel Basic Sozo, she has developed and mentored prayer teams in the Midwest and several foreign countries. Recently an adjunct professor of biology at Bethel University for six years, she easily engages audiences with illustrations and interactive activities. Judy enjoys hiking and kayaking in her spare time. She and her husband, Daryl live in Minnesota and have five grown children, including a prodigal who came home.


Six to Eight Interview Questions.

In the context of this book, what is a prodigal?

How is this book different than other books about prodigals?

What drove you to write this book?

Can you tell me about your experience with a prodigal?

Why is it important to receive emotional healing regarding a prodigal situation?

Explain how this book guides the reader into healing and freedom.

Can you briefly tell me some of the topics this books covers?

Can you explain how this book helps the reader design God-directed declarations for their situation?