Mary of Bethany left home in a decision that shattered her family. She accepted her Messiah in a dramatic act of love, but Jesus doesn't always protect us from consequences.
Did responsible, staid Martha lose all hope of husband and children because of her sister's past? Did that past stand between her and the man who loved her? Could she forgive Mary?
How did Lazarus and Martha cope with the new creation back home?
After Jesus called Lazarus from the grave, the San Hedrin put a price on his head for the sin of living. How did he stay out of sight? Or did he?
Mary, Martha, and Lazarus were real, flawed people. They laughed, they hurt, and Jesus called them friends. Walk with them through the most important decade in history.
Parts of Martha's Sister, Beloved Prodigal coming from the Bible is as historically accurate as the author could make it. The rest is fiction. If I sent a copy to Mary, Martha, and Lazarus c/o heaven, They would say "W h a a t?"
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