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Alleluia! Christ is risen!

What does Easter mean to you?

What Good News can you model for others, in words or actions?

How will you embody the risen Christ in this season of joy?

How will you live into the spirit of “Alleluia?”

God’s love for you is boundless, endless, and unconditional. Alleluia!

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Jesus replied, “Do you believe because you see me? Happy are those who don’t see and yet believe.”

Then Jesus did many other miraculous signs in his disciples’ presence, signs that aren’t recorded in this scroll. But these things are written so that you will believe that Jesus is the Christ, God’s Son, and that believing, you will have life in his name.

John 20:29-31

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Think

In the year 2019, Christians are by definition those who believe without having seen. One of the challenges we face in contemporary times is that when we proclaim our belief and describe Jesus as our Lord and Savior, we may be stereotyped or mocked. It can be hard in secular culture to talk about the ways that the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus have formed and transformed us to be agents of love in a world that so desperately needs it.

How will you proclaim your belief and faith in ways that are unique and authentic to you, and that have meaning for others in an increasingly secular world? How will you be an ambassador for the message of God’s unconditional love?

Heidi J. Kim

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Pray

Loving God, renew my faith and make me an instrument of your peace. Help me to be a sign of your love in the world and an ambassador of your unconditional love to others who need it. Amen.

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Alleluia! Christ is risen!

You are beloved.

You are a peace bearer.

You are a light in the world for others.

God’s love for you is boundless, endless, and unconditional. Alleluia!

Heidi J. Kim

Heidi J. Kim currently serves The Episcopal Church as the Staff Officer for Racial Reconciliation, and will be the Director of the Melrose Family Center for Servant Leadership at the Breck School in Minneapolis as of July 1. She is looking forward to returning to the educational field and working with PK-12th grade students.

Be Still My Soul

Mark Hayes
Mark Hayes is an award-winning concert pianist, composer, arranger and conductor.

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