Sunday March 31: Easter, Acts 10:34-48
By Bill Flavin, Lead Pastor

Easter Sunday was a tide change event.  Jesus’ death and resurrection forever changed our relationship with God.  Part of the impact of it was also who’s relationship changed with God because of those events. Jesus’ ministry culminated in his death and resurrection, which was meant to be a gift and sacrifice to many people, and the hope of that message grounds us, and gives us both joy and hope even today.

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