In a continuing series on the relationships you need in order to grow as a Christian, Jason Locke looks at the story of Rhoda from Acts 12. Out of the all the “important” characters in this chapter (Herod, Peter, Mary, etc.), only Rhoda instantly see God’s working for what it is. It’s the continuing story of God’s upside-down Kingdom. And it’s a reminder of why we need “little ones” in our lives who can see things for what they really are.