And let me add that I'm not trying to make you change how you believe, I'm merely just trying to show why I believe as I do.<quoted text> Thanks for that link Drew, I did read a good portion of it but not all yet, and it makes a good point for those who want to make a argument that Peter wasn't the head of the Church but Peter was directly commanded by the Lord himself to feed his sheep, and he was the one who stood up among the 120 on the day of Pentecost and preached the very first sermon on our Lord Jesus directly after the gift of the Holy Ghost was poured out.
It is possible that the Apostles decided to devide certain districts up among themselves ( this is only speculation on my part ) and wherever services and/or meetings took place the head of that church location was the one in charge, I know when Paul was converted he sought out Peter also for communication to confirm that they had the exact same gospel of Jesus Christ, so I still believe that the Lord made Peter the overall head of the church.
The essential thing is that we trust in the resurrected Jesus as the Savior because He alone paid the price, a price that we could never pay, by offering His life for us. Nobody killed Him. He willingly offered Himself in our place.