Easter – the day most celebrated by Christians all year, when we specially mark Jesus’ resurrection – is, as my friend Carey Nieuwhof notes, is largely tuned out by much of the world. Why? Perhaps it’s because the church has done well at telling the world that Jesus is alive, but hasn’t done so well in telling the world why that matters.
What does it mean for us to have new life? Why does it matter in the here-and-now? Was Jesus’ resurrection truly a physical, bodily resurrection? These are questions we consider when we look at John 20.1-10, 19-29. You can listen to this Easter message by clicking here.