Series: Looking to Jesus

Looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith, is the first step to receiving new life in him (Heb. 12:2). As you prepare your heart for Easter, there is no better way than to look to Jesus.

In this 31-day series, follow Jesus’s journey to the cross through all four Gospels, and look to him to learn what it means to follow Jesus as his disciple.

From the triumphal entry into Jerusalem to the empty tomb on Easter morning, this series traces the path that Jesus and his disciples walked. These events and teaching from Jesus show us the heart of Christian faith, and guide our own paths. By walking alongside Jesus on his journey to the cross, we will see more clearly what Jesus has done for us and what it looks like to follow him.

Practical and accessible, this series will help you look to Jesus again in Lent and Easter.

Looking to Jesus

Curtain Torn in Two

Read: Mark 15:33-39 The curtain of the temple was torn in two, from top to bottom. (v. 38) During the Covid-19 pandemic, as an American living in Canada, I could not

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It is Finished

Read: John 19:28-30 He said, “It is finished.” (v. 30) At the culmination of the gospel story are Jesus’s words “It is finished.” And then death, and three days later, resurrection.

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A Burial Fit for a King

Read: John 19:38-42 . . . a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about seventy-five pounds in weight. (v. 39) Jesus’s burial was performed by two men, Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus. Both were

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Named, Adopted, Sent

Read: John 20:1-18 Jesus said to her, “Mary.” (v. 16) In John’s Gospel, Mary sees but cannot see. Mary is stuck in darkness until Jesus opens her eyes to see the