This Sunday we wrap up our Easter series looking at the effects of the Resurrection with one of the most profound. Just before the crucifixion, Peter infamously declared he'd never deny Jesus. Of course, we know that he did that. Why did Jesus make sure that Peter knew he was not only forgiven but fully restored? That's what we'll talk about Sunday at 10! See you and a friend then (either in person or online!)
I feel bad for many people in Scripture because they often are defined by one aspect or moment in their lives. Thomas is defined as the doubter which is unfair because while he questioned the resurrection, he ended up believing and being blessed. I hope to see you Sunday at 10 am as we see how the resurrected Jesus is the answer to our doubts and how we can, like Thomas, leave believing in the hope of Christ!
Imagine you were one of the disciples who watched Jesus die. If they could kill Jesus, you probably thought that you were next. Fear is a powerful motivator but it can also cripple a person if they let it. However, with the resurrection, fear was vanquished. How? I'll see you Sunday at 10 am to find out!
I'm fond of saying that the resurrection of Jesus Christ changes everything. Because of this, beginning Sunday, we're kicking off a new series looking at the end of John's Gospel with one question in mind - how did the resurrection change the lives of those closest to Jesus? I'm convinced that we should see similar transformation in every follower of Jesus. If you join us one Sunday this year, please make it Sunday as we celebrate the Resurrection with our Easter Sunday. We can't wait to worship with you!
it is our tradition to gather on the day we remember our Savior was crucified to ponder the meaning of his death even as we eagerly anticipate his resurrection. We hope you can you will join us either in person or via our livestream as we give thanks for the sacrifice of Christ and set our hearts in the right way for the hope of Easter Sunday.