The day called Easter is over but the hope that the holiday promises lives on.
“Don’t be fooled this Easter,” says the Rev. Anita Hahn. “Christ is alive!”
In the mark of ashes, we take stock of our lives in the light of God’s holiness.
Admitting he has often, “kicked the tires” on religion,” Brent McArdle speaks of moving from doubt to belief.
A mother remembered for her love of God, family and music.
United Methodist Communications shares a delightful video on sharing Easter joy with children.
This Interpreter Magazine feature offers ideas for families to observe Holy Week and Easter at home .
“God’s love is the power of new life,” says Bishop David Bard, “and it’s stronger than death.”
United Methodist Communications is offering free Easter door-hangers and invitation cards to churches that order by March 1.