In one of the most pivotal chapters in Acts, 3 men face significant challenges to their thinking. Saul had been persecuting Christians, but the Lord humbled him, because He had plans for Saul that completely changed his life. He then met Ananias, who had to face his fear in order to be the catalyst for Saul’s conversion. Then, when the disciples were hesitant to accept Saul (now Paul), Barnabas helped everyone work through the new perspective on the ministry of the Gospel. Each bridge they had to cross offers us insights into how to respond when the Lord offers us opportunities to serve Him.