If you were to visit the Garden Tomb, the burial place of Jesus in Jerusalem, you would find what everyone has found – it’s empty. The message of Easter is that Jesus’ tomb is empty and He has been resurrected. But this Easter at FBC, even though we know the tomb is empty, we are going to Look Again. Perhaps the first time ,we just saw that – a simple, empty tomb. But when we take another look, we can see the Person of Jesus – a risen and living Savior. If you Look Again, you can see Him. Whoever you are and wherever you are . . .
If you are not sure about Who Jesus is—or if He even matters, Look Again and discover that seeing is truly believing: Finally the other disciple . . . also went inside the tomb. He saw and believed (John 20:8). If like so many, you believe, but you wonder if there’s life beyond the stress of the routines and deadlines, Look Again and find the life Jesus offers: . . . I have come that they may have life and life abundant (John 10:10). And If you are a follower of Jesus and yet you long for more, Look Again and see the His life Mission that He invites you to join: “Come follow Me,” Jesus said, “and I will send you out to fish for people” (Matthew 4:19).
The empty tomb is a now historical place and anyone can see it; but the Person of Jesus is a risen and living Savior Who is waiting to meet you. Look Again and you’ll see Him. We’ll see you Easter Sunday at FBC!
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Join us on Sunday, April 1 at 7:30, 9:00 or 10:30am to celebrate our risen Savior!
Nursery will be provided during all three services, and FBC Kids’ programming (through 5th grade)
will be held during the 9 & 10:30am services – so bring the whole family and celebrate with us!
Bring the kids and join us on Saturday, March 31 at 10:30am for the Annual FBC Kids’ Easter Egg Hunt!
Click the link above for more info – or simply CLICK HERE to register.
In order for Christ to rise from the dead, He first had to die.
Join us on Friday, March 30 at 7pm for a service of worship, reflection and remembrance.
Childcare will be provided for ages 5 and under.