Posted by Andrew VanderPloeg
"The events of Good Friday are utterly breath-taking. We celebrate nothing less than this: that God was pleased to reconcile to himself all things, whether on earth or in heaven, by making peace through the blood of his cross" (Col. 1:20)..."
"That is only the beginning of the paradox. This is the day when the Living Water says "I thirst." It is the day when the Bread of Life hungers, the Resurrection and the Life dies, the Priest becomes the Sacrifice, the King of the Jews is killed like a criminal. No wonder we stammer in the face of this mystery."
We hope and pray that you are gripped by these truths this weekend. That this Easter would be a time of deep reflection and wonder that leads you to humbly offer great praise to the God of our salvation.
In observance of Easter weekend, our offices will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Monday.