Diane Epling

The Story of the Prodigal

Who Came Back Home

“What do you do when someone you love changes into someone you’ve never known? What do you do when you are watching her make decisions you know will destroy her life? What do you say when everything you try to say falls on deaf ears and only widens the gap between you? How do you hold on and let go at the same time?” – Excerpt from Watching from the Road

After raising my two daughters in the Christian faith and making every effort to keep them in an atmosphere of God’s presence...

my world turned upside down when my youngest daughter chose to walk away from her husband, her family and the ministry we shared. As I watched her make decisions I knew would have devastating consequences for her life, I found myself with a decision to make: 

I would have to accept what the enemy had intended for my daughter, which was to ultimately kill, steal and destroy her life, OR I would determine what GOD had to say about her and stand on THAT Word until this situation looked like God’s Word.

I chose the journey of intercession that changed my life. After several years of prayer, I witnessed the greatest miracle I ever personally encountered. Not only did my daughter come home, but I learned some lessons about faith and prayer that I want to share with you.

Meet me on my Front Porch every Wednesday night at 9pm CT

Remember this, my friend, God answers prayer and keeps every promise.

Are you facing something that looks impossible? Do you need a miracle in your marriage? Has your loved one walked away from the truth of God’s Word? God has something to say about your situation and His Word about it is EVERYTHING!


I want to join with you in agreement right now, as we stand together on God’s Word! It’s time to pray…and believe for MIRACLES!

“So do not throw away this confident trust in the Lord.

Remember the great reward it brings you! Patient endurance is what you need now, so that you will continue to do God’s will. Then you will receive all that He has promised.” 

– Hebrews 10:35-36 NLT