Hopeful Strangers: Summer Fun in 1 Peter

Peter addresses his first letter to the exiles, the foreigners, and the strangers scattered throughout Turkey after facing persecution for their belief in Jesus. His use of the word stranger, however, shouldn't just apply to them, but all Christians who have placed their hope in Jesus. Our citizenship is in Heaven, but often times we get comfortable here on Earth. This series is going to challenge us to get out of our comfort zone and face the trials that come living as a Christian. The thing is, though, we may be strangers, but we have hope in a living God that is walking with us and promises us an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade. Thanks Lovelite for giving us inspiration for this series. Check out Lovelite's album "Hopeful Strangers" on iTunes or Spotify today!

Shara Garcia starts our Hopeful Strangers series. This summer we will dive into the book of 1 Peter and it'll challenge our comfortability. As Christians we are supposed to be strangers because our citizenship is in Heaven. And because we are strangers, we might get treated as such, but we have hope! Key Passage: 1 Peter 1:1-12

Travis Sybert continues our Hopeful Strangers series. This summer we will dive into the book of 1 Peter and it'll challenge our comfortability. As Christians we are supposed to be strangers because our citizenship is in Heaven. And because we are strangers, we might get treated as such, but we have hope! Key Passage: 1 Peter 1:13-25

Scott Stafford continues our Hopeful Strangers series. This summer we will dive into the book of 1 Peter and it'll challenge our comfortability. As Christians we are supposed to be strangers because our citizenship is in Heaven. And because we are strangers, we might get treated as such, but we have hope! Key Passage: 1 Peter 2:1-3

Shara Garcia continues our Hopeful Strangers series. This summer we will dive into the book of 1 Peter and it'll challenge our comfortability. As Christians we are supposed to be strangers because our citizenship is in Heaven. And because we are strangers, we might get treated as such, but we have hope! Key Passage: 1 Peter 2:11-25

Taylor Robinson continues our Hopeful Strangers series. This summer we will dive into the book of 1 Peter and it'll challenge our comfortability. As Christians we are supposed to be strangers because our citizenship is in Heaven. And because we are strangers, we might get treated as such, but we have hope! Key Passage: 1 Peter 2:9-10

Travis continues our Hopeful Strangers series. This summer we will dive into the book of 1 Peter and it'll challenge our comfortability. As Christians we are supposed to be strangers because our citizenship is in Heaven. And because we are strangers, we might get treated as such, but we have hope! Key Passage: 1 Peter 3:1-7

Garrett continues our Hopeful Strangers series. This summer we will dive into the book of 1 Peter and it'll challenge our comfortability. As Christians we are supposed to be strangers because our citizenship is in Heaven. And because we are strangers, we might get treated as such, but we have hope! Key Passage: 1 Peter 3:8-22

Tessa continues our Hopeful Strangers series. This summer we will dive into the book of 1 Peter and it'll challenge our comfortability. As Christians we are supposed to be strangers because our citizenship is in Heaven. And because we are strangers, we might get treated as such, but we have hope! Key Passage: 1 Peter 4:7-11

Kate continues our Hopeful Strangers series. This summer we will dive into the book of 1 Peter and it'll challenge our comfortability. As Christians we are supposed to be strangers because our citizenship is in Heaven. And because we are strangers, we might get treated as such, but we have hope! Key Passage: 1 Peter 4:12-19

Travis concludes our Hopeful Strangers series. This summer we will dive into the book of 1 Peter and it'll challenge our comfortability. As Christians we are supposed to be strangers because our citizenship is in Heaven. And because we are strangers, we might get treated as such, but we have hope! Key Passage: 1 Peter 5:5-9