Since January 2013, we’ve been walking through Luke’s gospel, learning from Jesus what it means to follow him. In Epiphany, we studied chapters three through five as we considered the job description of a disciple that Jesus gives. During Lent, we looked at the examples of faith and faithfulness found in chapters six through nine. Holy Week saw us immersing ourselves in Luke’s account of the Passion. And since Easter, we’ve been focusing on the middle section of the gospel, chapters 10 through 19, where Jesus “sets his face toward Jerusalem” and shows his disciples the choices, the costs, and the rewards that come with following him. It’s been a rich and varied series, and we’ve been blessed by this opportunity to walk intentionally with Jesus over these months.