The death-to-life movement of the Easter story is both familiar and mysterious.  It's familiar in that we experience new life coming out of death all the time--as Spring follows Winter, in the "Circle of Life" cycles of nature, in the rebirth and renewal of second chances and new opportunities, and more.  Yet of course the Resurrection of Jesus is also incredibly unique and, well, incredible.  What does it mean that the Easter story is both ordinary and extraordinary at the same time?  What does this story reveal about the nature of God?

Read "It's Like This" from Joe Heikman

Maybe you've felt the tension... the celebrations of Palm Sunday--"Hosanna! All Hail King Jesus!"--seem a little hollow given the torturous events of the Holy Week that follows.  How can Jesus and his followers celebrate when the victory has not yet been won?  How can any of us celebrate when so much of life is not as we think it should be?  Is it denial to dance on the way to the Cross, or is there something deeper and stronger at work on this day?

Read "Dancing on the Way to the Cross" from Joe Heikman

What would it be like to live VOID of God; maybe you have experienced that?   What is it like to live in fear?  What is like to live with anxiety? What is it like to live void of hope?   And what does it take for those shadows to be lifted?

Read "And the Shadow was Lifted" from Wendy Eisler

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