Good Friday – What is it?

Good Friday is observed on the Friday that proceeds Easter Sunday (also called Resurrection Sunday). It is a day when people remember Jesus’ death on the cross. Many people, mostly Christians, celebrate this day by attending a Good Friday service where they read the biblical accounts of Jesus’ death on the cross. (Read Luke 19.)

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Rising from Addiction

Easter — and springtime in general — is a time of revival. That’s true spiritually as well as physically. In the world around us, life is blossoming again after winter; even in southern climates that remain fairly lush through winter months, spring brings baby animals, Easter flowers and garden planting. All of these things remind us of hope and new beginnings — and the redemption that was granted, to every person willing to accept it, by a Savior more than 2,000 years ago.

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Maundy Thursday – What is it?

Maundy Thursday, sometimes called Holy Thursday, is celebrated the Thursday before Easter. On this day, participants remember Jesus’ last supper with His disciples. During this last supper, Jesus also washed the disciples’ feet.

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