Fear is a common part of our lives. Some of us are afraid of heights, or doctors, or dogs. These fears we manage. But there are greater fears as well - fear of failure, fear of rejection, loneliness, death, and more. These fears can cripple us in our lives and send us to a panic room of the mind; a place of perceived safety. But just as Jesus called Peter from the safety of the boat, he calls to us in our daily lives as well. He calls us to a place of greater faith and trust, a place beyond the prison of the panic room - a place where we live and breathe beyond the prison walls of fear.
Curt Simmons' new book, Panic Room, is available now!