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Now I See | Easter At Southland



March 19

Confusion; The Reality of Blindness

Matthew 26:17-30

Senior Pastor | Steve Schellin


Even after three years together, the followers of Jesus were still confused about Who He was and what He came to do. They thought they knew Him, but their eyes were still blinded by their limitations. That confusion and blindness still can be removed when we understand what His broken body and shed blood meant for us. To prepare, read Matthew 26:17-30.


*To view THE CLASSIC service, click HERE.

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March 26

Betrayal; Failure is Obvious To Everyone But Me

Matthew 26:31-35; 69-75

Senior Pastor | Steve Schellin


Peter’s denial of Jesus – sometimes we’re the last one to notice our own weaknesses. It’s hard to see your faults when you’re walking with other broken people. But when you stand next to Jesus, you make one of two choices: you either defend your failures and deny you’re messed up OR you allow Him to open your eyes to all that needs repaired in your spirit. To prepare, read Matthew 26:31-75.


*To view THE CLASSIC service, click HERE.

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April 2

Awakened; Finally Figuring It Out

Matthew 27:45:54

Senior Pastor | Steve Schellin


The soldiers at the cross realize Who Jesus is – when you live in a world of blindness it can be hard to understand the truth that’s right in front of your eyes. Many incredible and miraculous things took place when Jesus was crucified on the cross. At the moment of His final breath, some of the soldiers standing guard over the moment acknowledged, “I get it now. This man is definitely the Son of God.” To prepare, read Matthew 27:45-54.


*To view THE CLASSIC service, click HERE.

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April 7

Good Friday | Safe; Two Views on Staying Secure

Matthew 27:57-66

Senior Pastor | Steve Schellin


Comparing Joseph of Arimathea to Pilate – Joseph kept Jesus body safe from scavengers and thieves and in burying Him, kept Him sacred to his heart. He saw Jesus and believed. Pilate wanted to keep Jesus secure in His tomb to keep Himself safe from losing His power. He could not get past His own security to recognize the truth about Who Jesus was. To prepare, read Matthew 27:57-66.


*To view our GOOD FRIDAY service, click HERE.


April 9

Easter; Now I See!

Matthew Luke 24:13-35

Senior Pastor | Steve Schellin


Jesus appears to two men on the road to Emmaus. They were sad because all they thought would happen through Jesus seemed lost due to His crucifixion. Jesus takes the time to walk with them and explain all the truth of Scripture from the beginning of the Bible through the prophets. Finally, as they ate together they realized Who it was they were talking with...the same Jesus Christ they had been mourning. Jesus still opens eyes today if we would listen to His voice. To prepare, read Luke 24:13-35.


*To view THE CLASSIC service, click HERE.

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