The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was praised more than any other disciple. He was also rebuked more than any other disciple. In this study, you will see Peter fail and you will see him succeed. You will get a laugh or two at his expense, and you just may shed a tear or two with him as well. His imperfections make him lovable, and his victories give us hope.
Peter had a personal and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. That relationship brought Peter to the point of abandoning not only his nets for Christ, but all of his ambitions and selfish desires as well. The same relationship that Peter had with Jesus is available to every believer who seeks to know Him as Savior and chooses to make Him Lord of her life as Peter did.
Through this study, you will walk along with Peter as an eyewitness to the life of Christ. You will watch Peter transform from Simon the ordinary fisherman to Peter, fisher of men. Peter will encourage you and inspire you. But most of all, he will challenge you to develop a deep and personal relationship with your Savior. He will motivate you to abandon self for Christ.