On Easter our church will not be able to gather in-person as we traditionally do. This is heartbreaking because COVID-19 has many people looking for answers to life’s deepest questions and wondering if there is any hope. This, more than ever, is the time for the church to rise up and proclaim the message of the resurrection. But how can we do this when we are not allowed to meet?
We believe this obstacle is actually an opportunity — an opportunity to share the gospel with far more people than we typically would on Easter and to empower you to be the primary storytellers of that good news.
IMAGINE . . .
We help prepare you to share your testimony, then, on the week leading up to Easter, we all post our sixty-second videos on social media with the hashtag #MyEasterStory. People all over our city, quarantined in their homes and scrolling on their phones, would see a flood of stories about how the resurrected Jesus brings purpose and meaning and hope. One click on the hashtag and they could see hundreds of people — just like them — talking about how Jesus changed the trajectory of their live!
THINK ABOUT THE IMPLICATIONS.
Rather than each of us inviting one person to an Easter service, we could each proclaim the gospel to hundreds of non-Christian friends and co-workers. It could be the most evangelistic day in the history of our city. And the best part is that every one of us are the ones proclaiming the gospel.
WHAT'S YOUR STORY?
We’ve all heard the gospel called good news, but another way to translate that term is “the good story.” Every one of us has a unique story to tell. A story no one else can. Yet the hero in all those stories is the same — Jesus!
Post This Week Before Saturday
Post your story any time on Instagram, Facebook or Tic Tok between April 6-10 with the #MyEasterStory hashtag.