I would say that Easter was a roller coaster experience. If you take the weekend of Easter, think about that experience. Up and down, twist and turns, things were just happening that shocked and surprised everyone. It was like a roller coaster. It was like a roller coaster in our Savior's life. It was a roller coaster definitely in the disciples' lives, and it was especially a roller coaster ride in the life of a guy I'm going to spend just a little bit of time talking about, Simon Peter. You might have heard him called Saint Peter, Simon Peter. He was one of the first chosen by Jesus. He left his fishing business to go into the soul business. Whenever the disciples are mentioned in the gospels, Simon Peter's name is usually at the first. He was the defacto leader – impetuous, instinctive, intense. But at during Easter weekend, Simon Peter struggled to stay on track, because he remained at a distance from his Savior. So in this message, I want to take a look at three key things we should consider if we also find ourselves in a distance dilemma.