Celebrate the Resurrection

Celebrate the Resurrection

Celebrate and learn of the ministry of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. You can learn more about the Resurrection of Jesus Christ in Matthew 28, Mark 16, Luke 24, and John 20.

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Celebrate the Resurrection
  • Easter and the Resurrection

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    Enjoy a collection of videos about the resurrection of Jesus from various sources.

  • S3E3 Understanding Easter from Eden to End times

    On Easter Sunday, many Christians around the world will commemorate the resurrection of their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Why Is this important?

    Christians understand that this is the event in history where atonement for sin was made possible because of Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross of Calva...

  • Miracles at the Crucifixion of Christ

    The Bible records five miraculous events occurred at the Crucifixion of Christ: 3 hours of darkness, an earthquake, the temple veil tearing in half, graves opening and the dead being raised to life, and the conversion of the Roman Centurion and his guards. This short video summarizes amazing new ...

  • The Last Adam

    This powerful drama—explaining the significance of the “first” and “last” Adams—helps Christianity make sense!

    This moving and unique video provides an effective gospel presentation.

  • Answers Easter Event

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    Rejoice—the Lord is risen! He is risen indeed! Celebrate the resurrection all year with classic Easter hymns, devotionals, and teaching all focusing on the gospel and our risen Lord.

  • The Conviction of Christ; John 18-19

    "During the trial of Jesus Christ, He was brought from the home of the high priest to the Praetorium to stand before the governing political ruler in Jerusalem. John witnessed and recorded this fascinating and ironic scene for us in which Pontius Pilate stands face to face with the God of Truth. ...

  • The Crucifixion; Matthew 27-28

    "As we reflect on the ministry of Christ, it is undeniable that much happened on and before the cross of Jesus Christ. One of the points for us to highlight is the way the military of that day ridiculed and mocked Jesus during His trial and crucifixion. Also, the religious leaders took their turn...

  • The Resurrection; John 20-21

    "When Jesus rose from the dead, He completed the work of His first coming. He also left behind some significant signs for us. After the crucifixion, Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus had prepared Jesus’ body by wrapping Him in strips of linen with a mixture of many spices, which was a common Jewi...

  • The Great Commission; Mark 15-16

    The gospel is the good news of Jesus Christ. The good news is that the cost for sin was paid for in full by our LORD Jesus Christ through His death, resurrection, and ascension. We can be reconciled to God and be made right before Him when we accept Jesus Christ and follow Him as the LORD of our ...

  • Faith and Duty; Luke 17-20

    "It is very easy to have life objectives that are wrong. Our natural inclinations are so often against the commands of God. Our own human natures team up with our cultures and the voices and lives of people around us to shape how we live, and what we prioritize. When we come to Christ though, we ...

  • The Future; Luke 21-24

    "Luke 21 repeats what we have also read in Matthew 24, and Mark 13. It always strikes me as so interesting to see the similarities and differences between these three accounts. Each author had their own perspective, their own themes to highlight and audiences to reach, and we get the benefit of t...

  • Study of the Enemy; Ezekiel 28-30

    "The gospel is the life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ, fully God and fully man. “So when Jesus had received the sour wine, He said, ‘It is finished!’ And bowing His head, He gave up His spirit"" (JOHN 19:30). God did not simulate death, He allowed Himself to be cast into dea...

  • In More Ways Than One; Job 37-39

    "“Why doesn't God show Himself on the nightly news?"" As a pastor, that was a common question I heard from many rebellious and angry people. At first, I was truly perplexed by the question and tried to come up with an answer. Then the LORD spoke to me in my spirit and I learned that even if He sp...

  • Acts of the Apostles; Acts1-3

    "Many avid readers of the Bible, as well as Bible scholars, have noted that the book of Acts is a sequel to the Gospel of Luke. It is what happened next. Like Luke, Acts was written by Luke to Theophilus. This time however, the book focuses on the fulfillment of Jesus’ words that the gospel will ...