An empty tomb.
This isn’t what they expected. Imagine the fear. Imagine the confusion. Jesus told them it would happen, but they still were not prepared for his resurrection. Mary Magdalene didn’t even recognize Jesus when he stood right in front of her.
But he is risen!
Do you act like the disciples and Mary Magdalene? Or do you expect the extraordinary? Do you expect miracles?
Jesus wants to do something extraordinary in your life. He wants to resurrect your life.
What part of your life needs resurrection?
We all have an area of our lives that needs resurrection. What’s happening in your life right now? What’s not working in your life? What great question are you grappling with in your heart?
Whenever I get to a place in my life where things aren’t making sense, it always seems that I need to rediscover Jesus and his Church. And whenever I intentionally try to rediscover Jesus and his Church, I am overwhelmed with how powerful our faith truly is.
I love the Church. I love the genius of Catholicism. In fact, I’m working on a new book right now about why I love being Catholic. And I need your help.
Will you please share with me your answer to one (or all three) of the following questions? Your answer could be as brief as a sentence, or as lengthy as 600 words per question.
The questions are:
- Why do you love being Catholic?
- What’s your favorite memory as a Catholic?
- As a Catholic, what are your hopes for the future?
You can easily email me your answers at WhyILoveBeingCatholic@DynamicCatholic.com. Know that I may use portions or the entirety of your answer in my book. If I use any portion of your answer, I would be happy to attribute it to you. If you would rather remain anonymous, please indicate that in your email. I plan to begin writing soon, so please respond by April 10.
God loves new beginnings. He wants to give you a fresh start. Let Jesus resurrect you this Easter season.
The entire team here at Dynamic Catholic is praying that you experience Jesus’ resurrection in a whole new way.
May you be filled with his joy,