"We’re all different. But alongside much diversity, there are still many things that we all have in common. We all have good days and bad days. We all like to laugh and smile. We are all relational. We are all afraid – of something at least. We all want to be loved. It’s fair to say that we have more in common than not."
In a fun, thoughtful, and engaging way, Pete Jackson examines different aspects of what we call ‘the human condition’ – things that are common to us all – and reflects on how Jesus Christ addresses what we are like. Through twelve short chapters, he uncovers some of the things we share, and then presents us with an invitation that is open to us all.
- Things We All Have in Common