Easter Sunday: "Flourishing for all"

Isaiah 65:17-25, Luke 24:1-12

Many love the resurrection for all that it is has come to mean over two centuries since the first Easter. For some it is profound mystery that reordered the human experience around grace through faith and gave a new patterned way to live a joyful life of love. Others show disdain for the resurrection because it emphasized the point that the Creator of all things is outrageously more generous than all the religions that humankind has ever organized.
— Dan Collison