Easter for Everyone

EASTER SUNDAY | The Greatest Miracle Yet

EASTER SUNDAY | The Greatest Miracle Yet

Whether it’s drama with your kids, health struggles you or someone you love is facing, financial difficulties, addiction to a behavior or substance, or some other struggle, we all know what it’s like to ask, “God, where are you?” And I want you to know that no matter what has led you to ask that question, today is for you. Because Easter is for everyone.

Matthew 27:45-46 - At noon, darkness fell across the whole land until three o’clock. 46 At about three o’clock, Jesus called out with a loud voice, “Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?” which means “My God, my God, why have you abandoned me?”

The Son of God asks the very same question that we ask when bad and hopeless things happen to us—my God, why?

GOOD FRIDAY | Remember Me

GOOD FRIDAY | Remember Me

Tonight we continue our series “Easter for Everyone.” Last Sunday saw Jesus on the move, heading for Jerusalem. We said the message of Palm Sunday is that Jesus took the first step in making His way, not just to the cross, but through the cross to get to you. Yet, tonight finds Jesus not on the move, but hanging from that cross. The Creator of the world, killed by His creation.

None of this though caught Jesus by surprise. Tonight, we want to tune in to an important conversation Jesus has with His disciples.

PALM SUNDAY | Easter for Everyone

PALM SUNDAY | Easter for Everyone

Like many of you, I believe the Easter story shares this incredible truth of the most inclusive, welcoming, amazing message the world has ever known: the message of Jesus. Everyone is invited. Everyone is welcome. Everyone gets in the same way. That’s why we are calling this new series Easter For Everyone.

Some people think Jesus is disappointed with them, and so they stay away. Our goal as a church is for people to clearly understand the message of Jesus and to know Him as their Savior. This week provides us with one of the best opportunities as a church to do this.  It’s why Palm Sunday and the week ahead is so important. We want people to know that Easter is for everyone.