Those people can be the worst. You know who “those people” are, right? We all have them, and they are difficult to like, much less love. So it’s helpful to know that Jesus had “those people” too, and his love for them drove him to understand them.
For several decades after Jesus's death and resurrection, Peter told others about all of the firsthand experiences he had with Jesus. Later in life, possibly in prison and not sure of his future, Peter wanted to ensure all of those stories got documented. So he asked his traveling companion, Mark, to write down not what he had heard or read—but what he had seen.
We all want to be the best versions of ourselves. To do that, we steer clear of things we know will bring us down. There’s one thing we all need to steer clear of, but it just may be that you’re already knee-deep in something without even knowing it.
Everyone likes to win. After all, that’s why we play games. But how do we win the games of life? In this three-week conversation, we’ll explore all the games we play and how to ensure we win the most important game of all.