by Carley Cooper
On Good Friday, our church presented a multimedia concert event. It showed us that Jesus died for us, and left us with the question “How Could You Say No to this Man?” Seeing the sacrifice that He gave for us leaves us without a doubt that He loves us, and our hearts should accept Him as our Lord and Saviour. No one has ever, or will ever, make such a sacrifice, or has ever loved so greatly.
Easter Sunday, again Barrie Free Methodist Church, presented the Easter story in non-traditional methods. This is a great way to help those who are non-believers or those who are “sitting on the fence” to experience church in a way that may not be so “scary” or “in your face” as a standard sermon. It’s a great way of showing the hope that the Easter story has brought to us.
Among other things, that I will present in the next couple of blogs in this Easter series, this video shows the youth of our church presenting the Easter story. I’ve said before that we are blessed with an over-abundance of incredible talent in our church family. This includes our youth. Among them, we have great musicians, actors, and creative talent.
Watch this video of their performance to the song “Hope’s Song” by Rebecca St. James. It’s a sermon in and of itself… with no words spoken.