This is the story of Peter, son of Paul. Like many of us, Peter is unsure of what life has in store for him. What path should he take? How should he sculpt his life?
He, after all, is a young, vigorous, and (from his vantage point) reasonably intelligent young man. He is a young man who has followed the growth curve of young men everywhere--now looking to what lies over the horizon. What can he do? What does he want to do? What should he do?
Peter, like most in his shoes, finds it hard to answer these questions. He is burdened with history while blessed with freedom of choice. But what should he choose?
Peter's journey is an adventure that takes him to strange and, at times, dangerous places--introducing him, at times, to strange and dangerous people, while simultaneously introducing him to love. It is an exploration that takes him to the fringes and tests his soul.
Peter's journey is ultimately an attempt to find answers to his questions. While it is uncertain if he finds what he is looking for, he truly finds much that he never knew existed.