On Resurrection Sunday obviously, Christ's resurrection is prominent & celebrated joyfully. It is a day of remembering the cost of salvation and rejoicing that God the Father would pay the price of his Son for such a broken world. But what about the other days of the year? What does it look like to focus upon the resurrection of our Savior on a Monday in March or a busy summer Saturday? If Christ's resurrection gives us victory over death through the Holy Spirit, what does it look to live in that resurrection power daily?
I experienced breathtaking imagery of Jesus' death and resurrection a year ago at Saint Martin in the Fields at 5:15 AM. On a cold and quiet London morning, I entered a church which was in total darkness and was handed an unlit candle. As the service commenced, the Gospel unfolded beautifully through the metaphor of darkness and light.
Hello world! It's Thursday, I'm Ashton, and cats are cute. If you've been around MC before, you've probably heard the phrase, "Find faith, find family, find future" when people are talking about what MC has to offer. I remember looking at mail that MC sent me my senior year and passing that phrase off as a clever admissions push, but it's sweet to be able to tell you that it's a reality.