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 to 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 walls of fear.