Other than Jesus Himself, there has been no more influential person in the development of the Christian faith than the Apostle Paul. He authored a majority of the books that make up the New Testament, carried the Gospel throughout Asia and into Europe, defined and defended a new understanding of God’s covenant, and built the framework for Christian theology. But a closer look at Paul also reveals him as the most unlikely champion of Christianity. His encounter with the resurrected Jesus transformed him from one of the church’s most zealous persecutors to its greatest defender. What can we learn from this man of faith and how can his example help us on our journey to discipleship? Join us for a summer-long sermon series exploring the life and times of the Apostle Paul.