Welcome Home

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Welcome Home is an imaginative story-form contemporisation of Jesus' parable of the prodigal son set in post-colonial South Africa. More

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About Gavin Cox

I am an entrepreneur, author, husband and father, but my passion is the Gospel. My primary expression of ministry is in the leadership of the Highway Christian Church in East London, South Africa.

Having been in ministry for several decades, it was my joy some years ago to discover the Gospel. I had been living in a condemnation-riddled mixture of law and grace, and the Gospel's freedoms have revolutionized my life and ministry completely.

SoMuchGoodNews? Because the Gospel is the Best News Ever!

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About the Series: Bringing the Bible to Life
Amplifications of passages of Scripture for inspirational, exhortational and revelatory purposes. Great, short reads to get your faith on!

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Ross Penniall reviewed on Aug. 16, 2015
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Fantastic! What an amazing insight that Gavin has given to this story. He has added so much "feeling" to this story that one cannot help but come away "feeling" for the characters in the story. Highly recommended!
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Christopher Probert reviewed on Aug. 2, 2015

Captivating!
I can almost taste the red dust from the farm...
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JohnRbach reviewed on Aug. 1, 2015
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In this contemporary retelling of the familiar biblical parable, author Gavin Cox vividly takes the reader into the grit of emotion experienced by all the central characters. This emotion translates the great gift of the Father’s love and unmerited grace that is extended to all who like sheep have gone astray. This is the perfect gift book to send to anyone needing encouragement to head back home. Dr John Victor Rautenbach
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