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As Jesus continues to appear to his disciples and friends,
someone is missing – Thomas. He had heard the message
of Jesus’ resurrection, but it was the experience of seeing
and the offer to touch the risen Christ that helped him fully
believe.

How different is this experience from your own?
Is hearing a lesson, reading it, or completing it going to help
you understand it?
There are many ways to experience the risen Christ, and we should be open to all the ways Christ is around us and working in the world today.

This week, experience the risen Christ in a tangible way by
putting your faith into action. Volunteer at your church or a
local ministry with the poor or reach out to someone in your
community who could really use a helping hand
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Sunday's Sermon!
Open the Doors. Walk Outside. Show Jesus to Others!
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John 20: 19-31

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Christ is risen! Christ is risen indeed! Much like Mary Magdalene
at the tomb, we marvel at the Resurrection. The despair
of only a few days ago has disappeared. Jesus’ body
is gone. Has he risen from the grave? Yes, he has. And the
joy of this moment is contagious! Mary Magdalene shares
the news of the resurrected Jesus with the disciples. We, too,
must share the news of resurrection, the joy of a living and
loving God, with everyone around us.
This week, look for the joy of the Resurrection that’s around
you. Comment below with your joy-filled news from this week!
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Easter Sunday Sermon!

Life springs from what we may think is sure death!
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John 20:1-18

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