April 25, 2020
Jesus calls himself the good shepherd and his followers sheep. Who wants to be a sheep, especially in an age where the world’s challenges demand innovation, tenacity and leadership?
Pastor Rob reflects on Peter and John before the Sanhedrin (Acts 4), observing that these sheep of Jesus are anything but sheepish!
Peter and John model a different way of being disciples: Not trying to figure it all out, but instead, trusting Jesus as they follow him in footsteps of hope and courage.
Pastor Rob argues that surprisingly in our world today of big problems, that so often produces anger and apathy, that this might be the kind of discipleship we need, one in which we are freed from having to figure it all out and freed for following the Good Shepherd in footsteps of hope and courage.