This is my third Easter at Bethel and it is, without a doubt, the biggest, most planned Easter service I’ve been a part of.
And folks want to know what the heck it is.
While I’m not going to give away any thing, I can tell you what it’s not.
It’s not a musical or a program or a drama.
It’s not mysterious or performance or different for the sake of difference.
It is, quite simply, a focused attempted to accurately and passionately celebrate the atoning work of Jesus and that His death, burial and resurrection changed everything.
If you’re a Bethelite, you’ll be at church.
But if you’re not a part of Bethel, I’d love for you to come.
I think you’ll love it.
(for worship leaders out there, I’ll give a rundown next week so you can know what we did!)