The Third Day.

 

It represents hope.

 

It means that our present circumstances do not have to limit our future.

 

It means that change is possible.

 

The Bible proclaims that Jesus rose from the grave on the third day.

 

That ancient text is a reminder that nothing is more powerful than God – not sin, not our past, not even death itself.

 

Because of The Third Day, we can move from darkness into God’s marvelous light.

 

Join us April 20 for our Easter Services and experience the power of The Third Day in your own life.