Paul’s journey to Rome was probably the most prolonged, intense, and unrelenting crisis he ever endured. He started off fatigued by imprisonment—then faced storms, shipwreck, murderous soldiers, and poisonous snakes.
In Acts 27 and 28 we have a portrait of this great leader in action. Paul always led by example. Even in the midst of a raging sea, he was calm, courageous, and confident. And he always made practical, wise decisions.
How? In Paul’s Perilous Journey, John MacArthur shares eight of Paul’s problem-solving principles. You’ll find them helpful at home, work, school and church!