After Easter, What?
While, for Christians, the resurrection of Jesus was the turning point of history, it was not the end of history. After all, here we are almost two thousand years later. During those two thousand years, the Church of Jesus has experienced some incredible high-points (and some low-points as well). But what did the Church look like at the start? What was it meant to be? To answer questions like that, we need to go back to the beginning -- and the way to do that is to look at the Church as it existed just after the resurrection, as we find it described in the Book of Acts. Acts, like the third gospel, was written by Luke, really the first historian of the Church -- and it's in Luke's history that we discover what the Church is meant to be like today. We hope you'll join us in that discovery, starting on Sunday, May 14.