The year is AD 31.
Rome has been sitting on its throne for the past one hundred years; ultimate in power and prestige, wielding the iron fist of tyranny.
There is a clamor for change. People are desperately praying for hope. And their yearning for freedom comes to a head when a miracle worker named Rabbi Yeshua bar Joseph (Jesus the son of Joseph) appears on the scene.
He heals the sick.
He subverts the laws of nature.
He claims the authority to forgive sinners.
Then, just at the point when regime change seems finally within reach, the Roman legion smashes the dream.
They arrest Him, torture Him and hang His flayed body on a cross outside Jerusalem. He doesn’t even put up a fight.
Does the revolution meet its tragic end in this final act of brutal bloodshed?
Join us on this journey as we follow one of Jesus’ closest friends, Simon the fisherman, also known as Peter, as he tries to make sense of all that has just happened. Reimagine with us these pivotal moments through Peter’s eyes.