Category Archives: Resurrection Day

A huge stone moved like an autonomous car

A huge stone rolls aside Like an autonomous car, Exposing a glorious light, Brighter than lightening And a man in that light Neatly folding His own burial shroud. Soon a women comes to mourn. Shocked by the open tomb, She … Continue reading

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Holy Saturday — the ignored day of Holy Week

What is Holy Saturday? Officially it is the day during Holy Week that falls between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. It’s the last day of Lent. It represents the full day that Jesus was dead and his body was in … Continue reading

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Unconventional thoughts about Palm Sunday, Holy Week, & Easter

Jesus didn’t sit in an office and study all week so He could preach a good sermon. He got out among people and served them. Bob Goff, author of the books, Love Does and Everybody Always, puts it this way: … Continue reading

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Everyday Easter sayings

If Jesus is alive on Easter, then He’s alive every single day of the year! Experience Jesus — the Uncorpse — at #UnconferenceNashville, June 23-25. Jesus ceased being deceased! He rose to make heroes by living His life in & … Continue reading

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Hope from the writings of the first Christ-followers

My heart dances with excitement and hops with hope when I read the writings of the first Christ-followers. They reveal truth. Read them daily & see! Open your heart to the writings of the first Christ-followers (WFCF) & be renewed. The … Continue reading

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A fruit of the Spirit smoothie

Sensing Jesus’ presence is much more powerful than just listening to someone talk about Jesus being present. Virtual reality can be fun; but Jesus reality is healing & life transforming. “Self-focus” never satisfies, but “Christ-focus” is continual joy! Set pride aside & … Continue reading

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Tennessee Titans & St. Thomas (From Doubt To Destiny)

The Tennessee Titans practice facility in Nashville, Tennessee (Baptist Sports Park) has been renamed “Saint Thomas Sports Park.”  St. Thomas has been known through the past two millennia as “Doubting Thomas” because he questioned the resurrection of Jesus Christ. However, … Continue reading

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