New Life

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Christ is risen, He is risen indeed. Alleluia!

Where in your surroundings do you see new life? In nature? In your
relationships? In the stirring of the Holy Spirit?

Christ is risen, He is risen indeed. Alleluia!

How can your prayer life rise up? Are there new rituals or practices you
can try?

Christ is risen, He is risen indeed. Alleluia!

What is something you can release from the tomb? Can you name something
(or someone) that can move from the darkness into the light?

Christ is risen, He is risen indeed. Alleluia!

As you celebrate the resurrection, where do you experience the
unexpected? Can you reflect on the events of the past few weeks in a new
way?

Christ is risen, He is risen indeed. Alleluia!

What are you anticipating as we move into the Easter season? How can you
make Easter more than one day of celebration?

There is new life all around us and we rejoice in the resurrection.
We’ve taken the journey into death and the tomb and now we experience
again and again new life. Our prayer life, our relationships, and our
spiritual mood can reflect the power of the resurrection experience.
Easter is not just one day, it is a season. These questions can help us
view all of life through the lens of the resurrection. Our perspective
has changed, and we can move forward with hope and fulfillment. Through
the season of Easter, we can experience the resurrection event in several
different ways and trigger new dimensions of praise and thanksgiving.
Let us take the time to reflect on Jesus’ life and our lives with new
hearts, minds, and spirits.

Diane McGeoch, Deacon

Diane McGeoch, Deacon

Coordinator, Learning Peace:
A Camp for Kids, Nampa

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  1. Mary Braudrick

    Thank you, Diane. I so appreciate your wise words. I’ve been thinking a lot about my own spiritual renewal this season of resurrection, bringing things from darkness to light. Alleluia, He is risen, indeed!

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