Hope is an interesting word. We hope for all sorts of things in our lives. We hope our team wins, our jobs continue, our marriages survive and thrive, our kids remain safe. Honestly, we do a lot of hoping. When we start to look at hope, hope as we know it, we see that our hope at times is uncertain. What we hope for may never happen. The reality is, hope may remain elusive if it is not anchored in something beyond ourselves and our situations. Join us as we discover this Easter that Jesus lived, died, and now lives to secure for us, not wishful thinking, but a living hope that never fails.
|03/27/16||Easter 2016||Pastor Ty Neal|