I grew up in a family where abuse, addiction, and mental illness ran rampant. So early on, I believed the lie that I had no hope other than to be a product of what I was born into. This couldn't have been any further from the truth.
Paul is on a mission to spread the gospel, but he finds himself rejected, beaten, and scorned in every city he sets foot. Now driven to Corinth, a city plagued by sexual immorality, Paul is insufferably grieved and discouraged. Acts 18 teaches us that God loves all people, in all places at all times, and challenges us to consider a simple but sobering question: "Do you feel burdened for the lost in your city?"