Peter grew up Jewish. Since the time he was a little boy, he knew that God would someday fulfill the Old Testament's greatest prophesy - the Messiah who would come to deliver His people. No doubt, Peter, along with most other Jewish people, hoped it would happen in his lifetime. Peter was fishing when Jesus came and extended an invitation to follow Him. Peter accepted, but somehow, I don't think he was prepared for this calling that would turn his ordinary life into an extraordinary adventure. 

Peter is one of those biblical characters we can relate to. Peter was real and he made plenty of mistakes, but in the end, his love and devotion to Jesus was unsurpassed. 

The 9-week outline for this Bible study is as follows: 

Part 1 - Peter's Early Ministry

Week 1: Plucked from Galilee

Week 2: Forging a New Path

Week 3: King of all Kings

Week 4: Turning Sorrow into Joy

Part 2 - Peter's Later Ministry

Week 5: Launched into Leadership

Week 6: Pillar of the Early Church

Week 7: Belonging to a Family

Week 8: Living Wholly for God

Week 9: Final Exhortations and Warnings

What others are saying: 

"What priceless treasures can be found within these pages! Never has a Bible study caused my heart to leap in the presence of God as this one. Working through this study with Sheryl Pellatiro is like traveling the world with your most trusted and beloved friend. I laugh, ponder, and cry, but most importantly, I've fallen more in love with God's Word as I've discovered how significant Peter's life is to my own." 

Erin Campbell, Executive Producer & Director Erin Campbell Ministries

 "Sheryl Pellatiro has a passion for God's Word that is contagious. With her gift of writing and love for teaching, Sheryl makes Peter's life and ministry jump off the pages of Scripture and into the hearts of her readers. As you journey with Sheryl through the story of Peter, you will find your own life being impacted by the same God he served so faithfully." 

Judy Dunagan, Acquisitions Editor at Moody Publishers

Former: Women's Director, Woodmen Valley Chapel