We live in a world where many have given up hope. Our cities are broken. Our country is divided. The nations are raging. And those who are supposed to have answers have instead become part of the problem. It’s no surprise, then, that so many people are disillusioned and without hope.
But we refuse to despair. We will not give in. There is hope. Our hope is not in politics. Our hope is not in religion. Our hope is not in ourselves. There is hope. His name is Jesus.
Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches an Easter sermon from Luke 24:13-35.