A LifePointer on Easter

There is no doubt that I am excited about Easter Sunday, after all I’m the pastor. I’m supposed to be excited about every Sunday. And I am but sometimes it helps when you hear it from someone else.

Here is what someone else from LifePoint has to say about this Sunday. I copied the whole thing but I would encourage you to head over to Jenny’s blog and read some of her other great posts.

The Book Was Better
Have you ever read a book that was really great—and then you saw the movie and it didn’t even come close to measuring up? It wasn’t a very good representation of the book; it didn’t tell the story as well. The book was better.

Well, that’s what we’re talking about at LifePoint this Sunday. A lot of times people read the Bible or learn about Jesus and they think that he sounds great—but then they look at Christians and they don’t see what they read in the book. The book was better. A lot of times Jesus isn’t the one people have a problem with; it’s Christians that they don’t like.

Let’s face it: many times Christians are a poor representation of Jesus’ message. Somehow the message of what Jesus is all about gets messed up, confused, misrepresented, and poorly told. We’re only human, after all, and we’re bound to screw it up.

This Sunday, 10:00 AM, at the Premiere Theater in Cleveland, we’ll be looking at “The Greatest Story Never Told.” I’m really excited about it (enough to post a blog about it, lol) and I hope you can come check it out.

You can go to http://www.lifepointchurch.tv for more info about LifePoint as well as directions to the theater.

Take Jenny’s advice and join us this Sunday. She thinks you will be glad you did.