A part of life is that things die. Relationships die. Dreams die. Organizations die. Theories die. Ideas die. Conversations die. Hope dies. And most serious of all, people die. But there's a story we hear every Easter that begs the question, “Can dead things live again?” And here's the incredible answer, “Yes, they can.” In the beginning God created life with his breath, and now with that same breath of his Spirit, he causes us to live again. In ancient times he illustrated this to a prophet named Ezekiel through a bizarre vision about some dead bones. This was a picture of how God causes dead things to live again and how he would ultimately bring life to everyone through Jesus' resurrection.
The same breath that brought old bones back to life and raised Jesus from the dead, still breathes. If there is some part of you, your experience, your relationships, your spirit, or your thinking that just feels dead, this Easter message is for you. Jesus was dead, but he lived again and this means that you can live again. Join us at one of our Easter services as we celebrate the living Jesus who makes it possible for us to live again.