Blog Post - Jesus is Alive

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April 4th, 2021


Jesus was dead. He was in the tomb. Hope was lost. Or was it? On the morning of the third day, some women gathered to go to the tomb and dress Jesus' body. But when they arrived, the tomb was empty. Two angels told them that Jesus was not there. It was then that the women saw Jesus, and they knew nothing would be the same.


Even death could not keep a hold on Jesus. He beat sin, death, and rescued us from a life separated from God. Because Jesus rose from the dead, we are free!


Do you want to follow Jesus? You can choose to follow Jesus today! Think about it as remembering your ABC's.


Admit that you are a sinner. Sin is anything you do that God says not to do and

anything you do not do that God says to do.


Believe that Jesus came to earth, lived a perfect life, died on the cross for all our sins,

and rose again -- trust Jesus for the forgiveness of your sins.



Commit your life to following Jesus in return for what he has done. Commit to telling

others about Jesus. Become more like Jesus every day.


When you choose to follow Jesus, when you hold to his teachings, God promises to always be with you. Your relationship with Jesus will grow daily. Choose him today.


John 3:16 For God loved the world in this way: that he gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life.


Pray Jesus, you died upon a cross and rose again to save the lost. Forgive me now of all my sin. Be my savior, my lord, and my friend. Change my life. Make it new! Lord, help me to live every day for you. Thank you for saving me. Amen.




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About Pastor Ken

Pastor Ken has been serving at RVC since 2012. He studied Pastor Theology at Summit Pacific College and went on to receive his Master's degree from Trinity Western University. 

Pastor Ken has a heart for authentic worship in a world where authenticity is sometimes hard to find. He loves helping people discover and walk in God's purpose for their lives. 

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