April 4, 20201
This Easter feels like a turning point in our lives and in our society: The past chapter of pandemic is giving away to something new. But the grief of the past makes it tough to turn the page.
Pastor Rob reflects on the first Easter, when the early disciples found themselves caught between grief and hope, between death and resurrection. The women at the tomb needed to be given resurrection lenses, ones that allowed them both to see new life and admit their grief. These lenses of resurrection and hope give them the courage them to leave the tomb, embracing the new creation. May it do the same for us!
This beautiful art, called Resurrection, comes from this website (a joyous Easter discovery of this artwork!):