Join Midtown Community Church’s (Raleigh, NC) online worship service premiering May 31, 2020. Rev. Chuck Askew delivers the concluding sermon from the series on Christ’s resurrection.
Luke 24 gives us a picture of people hiding in the shadows of a scary world. Yet the resurrected Jesus changes everything, and gives these same people a fresh set of eyes to enter that same world with a very different mindset.
We all have a lot of unanswered questions right now. How does Jesus speak into those questions? John 21:20-25 is a moment where Jesus speaks into Peter’s questioning heart and offers us a way to follow him in the midst of our unknowns.
The resurrection is not only about restoring a relationship with Jesus, but restoring our purpose in this world. But what does that look like? Join us as we explore how the gospel moves in our lives so that we can we move differently in this world.
There is another reason why we struggle to accept the resurrection of Jesus; a reason we don’t often talk about. Join us as we learn from Peter’s story to discover how facing that problem transforms the resurrection into a promise for everyone no matter how desperate your situation is.
What should we do about our doubts? Are they really a threat to our faith? Join us as we look at how a disciple’s doubts brought him to Jesus.
What is the significance of a woman being the first person to see the resurrected Jesus? And what can this woman teach us about what it looks like to embrace the resurrection? Join us as we continue to consider the implications of the resurrection in our own lives.
Why do Christians make such a big deal of a belief that is so outrageous? Join us for Easter worship as we consider why the resurrection is good news for all.
In a season where many iconic sports trophies have been taken from us, Good Friday reminds us there is one trophy that can be found in pandemics and even in the face of death.
As Jesus lives out the final day of his life, he has a conversation with a Roman leader on the subject of truth. And what this man discovers is that Jesus has a revolutionary understanding of the nature of truth.