Time is a funny thing.  On the one hand, there never seems to be enough of it.  On the other hand, it just seems to pass by.  As we remember some significant event, we are often shocked at how much time has gone by since it happened. 

It is already just over two weeks since we celebrated Easter.  We took time out to gather together to  tell the story once again of how Christ overcame death and gave us a new chance, a new hope and redemption for all people.  It's funny how within just a short period of time, we are right back into our normal routine and the magnitude of what Jesus accomplished through his death and resurrection has taken a back seat to our every day schedule. 

As followers of Christ, we are called to "practice resurrection" - to live our lives in such a way that reflects Jesus Christ and continually points to his resurrection and to redemption and hope.  

So what does that look like in "real life", you might be wondering?  Ask yourself the following question:

“How am I partnering with God today in transforming despair into hope, apathy into compassion, hate into love, and death into new life?”  

Let's make our focus to live our lives as if the resurrection still happens.  Every day. 


Sunday Morning Worship Service at 10:00 a.m.