Easter

This list includes every page tagged with "Easter."

  • By Myke Johnson
    From Braver/Wiser
    Jesus had no political power. He lived his whole life in the shadow of the Roman empire, and that empire killed him. Yet Jesus healed the sick, he listened, he moved among the ordinary people, in the lowly places.
  • By Myke Johnson
    From WorshipWeb
    For the followers of Jesus, the church itself—their communal gathering—was not a place to be filled with images of torture and cruelty. It was the place to remember that love was stronger than empire, and that heaven was possible here on earth.
  • By Lucas Hergert
    From WorshipWeb
    May the things you collect in your basket, like painted eggs, colorful flowers and Easter grass remind you of all the beauty, sweetness, bounty and joy life has to offer.
  • By Lisa Fischbeck
    From WorshipWeb
    When some people think of Easter, they think of a bunny rabbit. Others would point to other fertility symbols and signs of Spring, springing forth out of the ordinary, the plain, the seemingly dead: butterflies, flowers, and the like. Christians might think of the empty cross, or of a cross with...
  • By Lisa Maria Andreoli Steinberg
    From WorshipWeb
    Sing praises for spring, revealing holy love that grows from deep in our hearts.
  • By Heide Cottam
    From WorshipWeb
    The resurrection of Jesus is one of the most sacred stories in Christianity; from that story emerges a renewal of faith.
  • By Joel Miller
    From WorshipWeb
    Let us do together what we cannot do alone: roll away the stones that close our hearts.
  • By Lisa Doege
    From WorshipWeb
    Rejecting literal readings of what we insist is only a myth, we look to nature and religions close to the earth for alternative stories of...
  • By Lois Van Leer
    From WorshipWeb
    today is a story day of a man who was loved dying washed with herbs wrapped in scented cloths laid to rest in a cave tomb a rock marking...
  • By Elena Westbrook
    From WorshipWeb
    Hallelujah! As the spring sun coaxes lilies and bluebonnets from the soil, Let us celebrate that even after murderous betrayal, After days...