Kingdom Road; Singing for Jesus

Peter’s letter to the Christians of Asia Minor was almost certainly sent from Rome where the Apostle’s life ended. He probably died a martyr and there are strong historical reasons to believe that his tomb in St Peter’s Basilica in Rome, is authentic.

How do we sum up this man? Well, dull, he wasn’t! He was passionate, loyal, impulsive and human like us. We can take heart from Peter’s experience. Failure need not be final. God’s grace can triumph over human weakness. Peter denied Jesus three times, but after Pentecost his witness to the risen Christ was outstanding and he became the rock on which Christ built his Church. Today 2000 years later we can all be on the Kingdom Road.

Kingdom Road
Singing for Jesus
  1. Follow, Follow… (The call of Jesus)
  2. What Sort of Man? (Peter reflects on the character of Jesus)
  3. The Healing of Peter’s Mother-in-Law
  4. Confession of Faith (Peter affirms Jesus as Messiah)
  5. Jesus Shines! (The Transfiguration)
  6. How Many Times? (A humorous look at an age-old problem)
  7. Foot Washing at the Last Supper (Jesus’ call to humility)
  8. Denial (Peter’s night of shame)
  9. Restoration (Peter is forgiven and commissioned for service)
  10. Peter’s Song of Thanksgiving
  11. Sing to the Lord (A psalm of praise)
  12. And God Said (The Holy Spirit)
  13. The Spirit of God Makes a Difference
  14. There’s No Other Name (The healing of the lame man)
  15. Cornelius (A Roman soldier finds faith)
  16. Rescue from Prison (An angel sets Peter free)
  17. A Time to Build (Jews and Gentiles brought together by Christ)
  18. Come to the Lord (An invitation to faith)
  19. Faith Tested (An encouraging word to persecuted Christians)
  20. Kingdom Road (Celebrating our journey on the King’s highway)
  21. Singing for Jesus