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Long Live the King
  • 4.16.2017
  • Joe Coffey
  • The King and His Cross
Naysayers of Christianity are often quick to target the resurrection because, as even the apostle Paul notes, if Jesus wasn’t raised from the dead then Christians are fools and their faith is a lie. Even the disciples were convinced that Jesus was dead despite that fact that he had told them that he had to die and would rise again. When Peter denied Jesus three times before his crucifixion, he discovered that he wasn’t who he thought he was. He who would stand with Jesus until the very end had insisted that he had no idea who Jesus was, and this betrayal haunted him. Learning that Jesus could be alive – that his story didn’t need to end with his betrayal – Peter sprinted to see the empty tomb and the hope of redemption it brought. Will you find hope in the empty tomb?
Other Messages in This Series
Date Title Speaker
3.12.2017 The Threat
Joe Coffey
Joe Coffey
3.12.2017 The Threat
Joe Coffey
Joe Coffey
3.12.2017 The Threat
Brian Kunkler
Brian Kunkler
3.19.2017 A Kingdom Divided
Tom Randall
Tom Randall
3.19.2017 A Kingdom Divided
Mark Walz
Mark Walz
3.19.2017 A Kingdom Divided
Brian Kunkler
Brian Kunkler
3.26.2017 The True King Arrives
Mike Holwerda
Mike Holwerda
3.26.2017 The True King Arrives
Mark Lile
Mark Lile
3.26.2017 The True King Arrives
Marshall Brandon
Marshall Brandon
4.2.2017 The King Abandoned
Joe Coffey
Joe Coffey
4.9.2017 The King Dies
Joe Coffey
Joe Coffey
4.9.2017 The King Dies
Brian Kunkler
Brian Kunkler
4.16.2017 Long Live the King
Joe Coffey
Joe Coffey