By Rebecca Van Noord

There was a time when Albert Mohler thought he would be a politician. 

As a young man, he says, “I wanted to change the world. And I thought at one point that law and politics would be the way to do it.”

Although Mohler went into ministry instead of politics, he never lost his passion to see society transformed.


For a long time, Paul had wanted to visit Rome (Acts 19:21; Rom1:10–12; 15:22–24, 32). In Acts 28, he has ended up there by means other than those he had originally planned. Now that he is there, however, he continues his mission. 

I struggle with Attention Deficit Disorder, and I regularly get so distracted that I lose my stuff. For instance, I was recently lining up to board a flight when I noticed I no longer had my carry-on.