Sunday, September 23, 2018

Easter 2017 14-16 April - John 3:16

What a wonderful time of year. This is your chance to really focus on Jesus and all he has done for us. It is also a great chance to take stock of where we are at with him.

Let me invite you to celebrate Jesus this Easter, to reflect on the story of the cross and Jesus’ death and resurrection. I invite you to remember the first Easter and to reflect on your relationship with Jesus today… Here are a few questions that may help;

  • We see Jesus as our friend: how are you going as His friend? What can you celebrate? What can you do to add value to this friendship?
  • Do you know the story of the gospel (the good news of Jesus)? Can you share it clearly; do you understand the eternal significance of the story of Jesus? The great love of God! If you had 2 minutes to explain the gospel, what would you choose to say?
  • The bible encourages baptism as a response to faith in Jesus. Jesus told His followers to go and tell people about the Gospel and God’s kingdom, and to baptise and teach people to walk in trusting obedience to God. Is God asking you to take the next step in your faith and enter the waters of Baptism?
  • How and where in your day to day life can you share your story and the story of Jesus? (Romans 10:9-11)

This Easter we will be together on both Good Friday and Easter Sunday to celebrate together.

Good Friday - Prayer cave… G05 Drop-In space 10am-12pm
We are holding a Good Friday Prayer Cave at our G05 drop-in space. There will be worship, prayer, and a chance to engage with the story of Easter in this space of prayer. All are welcome. In previous years we have seen salvation prayers, recommitment to living for Jesus, and a strong sense of community at this event.

Easter Sunday – Gathering 11am -2pm Glebe Park (G05 if raining)

We are also holding a special Easter Sunday gathering to celebrate the risen Christ Jesus. Kids activities, Easter service and a share day for lunch (bring food to share). Help your friends and family know someone greater than the Easter Bunny. Hope to see you there!

To read the story of Easter grab a Bible and read Luke chapters 22-24 – why not read it with a friend…

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