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Something Really Happened

Easter is more than the resurrection of Jesus. Easter is also a personal resurrection for everyone who believes and receives the grace of His cross for themselves. That means, they embrace a whole new way of living. Paul wrote a letter to his friends in Colossae that showed them what a resurrected life looks life. That letter still lives today in the hearts of all who believe.


April 16

A New Way To Think

Colossians 3:1-4

Senior Pastor | Steve Schellin


Since Easter really happened, our minds are also resurrected from the dead. When we experience our own resurrection, we see the world differently. We see our purpose differently. We think differently. What does that new way of thinking look like? To prepare, read Colossians 3:1-4.


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April 23

Stuff Gets Buried

Colossians 3:5-11

Senior Pastor | Steve Schellin


Just as Jesus died on the cross for all our sins, He also wants us to bury our sins with Him. That means we can get rid of the stuff that He never intended for our lives. Since Easter really happened, we need to be honest about the stuff we do that has no business existing in our daily journey and put it to death with Christ. To prepare, read Colossians 3:5-11.


*To view THE CLASSIC service, click HERE.

*To view THE WELL service, click HERE.


April 30

A New Way of Living

Colossians 3:12-17

Senior Pastor | Steve Schellin


When we’re resurrected with Christ, we not only think differently and bury our sin with Christ, we also embrace an entirely new way of living. That new way of living is amazing and empowers us to experience a life of joy. Just like we got rid of a lot of stuff, we now put on a fantastic new spiritual wardrobe. Since Easter really happened, we live like we’re no longer dead, but alive in Christ. To prepare, read Colossians 3:12-17.


*To view THE CLASSIC service, click HERE.

*To view THE WELL service, click HERE.




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