In Luke 15, Jesus told a story about a farmer who had two sons. One of them was restless on the farm and went out in the world for a while to be free and do whatever it was that he wanted to do. The other stayed home and worked on the family farm. One good & one bad, right? Wrong. Last Sunday’s message was about “The Parable of the Prodigal Son,” but the fact is that man had two sons, and neither was perfect.