Out of the Pigpen
Teaching based on the parable of the Prodigal Son.
Jo Wright encourages us to live day by day in the fulness of God’s plan for our lives. How do we deal with the gap between what we believe on Sunday and what we experience through the rest of the week? Just as the Prodigal Son in Jesus’ parable recognized that his life in the pigpen was far from his Father’s best, so we too can choose to walk ‘out of the pigpen’ and into our spiritual inheritance.
“This book was born out of a heart to see more radical disciples raised up in the body of Christ in these last days. It’s about how to live victorious, power-filled, happy Christian lives for Jesus. It’s about shining our lights here on the earth as He intended us to. It’s about keeping our eyes on eternity (and the heavenlies) whilst living down here for His glory.”
ISBN: 9781907509704 (PB)
Jo Wright is a primary school teacher. She lives in Tavistock, Devon (having moved from the Midlands when her oldest boy was only two). She is married to Sam and has two children from her first marriage, Kirsty and Josh, as well as being a mother to Jude who is now five years old.
She is a member of Kings Community Church in her home town and has many spiritual children, whom she helps to mature in cooperation with the expanding number in fellowship there. Her house is always open for anyone to drop in for a hot drink and a chat. She loves to have people over, and many have stayed for weekends when a babysitter was needed on street pastor duty days or just because they needed a peaceful place to sleep.