Rachel Billups - April 3, 2021

Easter at Ginghamsburg

Fuzzy faith is hardly a normal Easter theme, but could there be a better way to describe navigating our lives in the past year? The earliest Jesus followers also had their own version of fuzzy. Finding an empty tomb and a missing body felt disorienting at best, yet something in that early morning air whispered that they just might be on the brink of the miraculous – a slow, unfolding realization that new life and possibilities awaited…

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Fuzzy faith is hardly a normal Easter theme, but could there be a better way to describe navigating our lives in the past year? The earliest Jesus followers also had their own version of fuzzy. Finding an empty tomb and a missing body felt disorienting at best, yet something in that early morning air whispered that they just might be on the brink of the miraculous – a slow, unfolding realization that new life and possibilities awaited…

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