Peter was a man 'subject to like passions as we are.' His life is a study in contrasts---resolutely defending the Lord one moment, vehemently denying Him the next. But despite Peter's inconsistencies, Christ molded him into one of the godliest disciples who ever lived.
In this study of discipleship, Ken Frederick draws relevant truths from the life of Peter to help us understand how to disciple other Christians. Although we will never walk on water, we will all experience the same type of struggles, victories, and 'growing pains' in the Christian life. This book offers practical advice on how to disciple fellow brothers and sisters in Christ.