People wanted a king who would overthrow Rome and restore power to the Jews, but Jesus came as a different kind of King, with an even greater plan for salvation that would span across all time for all people. Experience the roads Jesus took as He entered the gates of Jerusalem and set into motion the plan to liberate humanity, once and for all.
Jesus gathered his closest friends and followers, the 12 disciples, to share a final Passover meal together before facing his death on the cross. While the traditions of the Passover meal would have been deeply familiar to these Jewish men, Jesus used the opportunity to paint a new picture of what leadership, sacrifice, and their very faith would look like. Learn more from the Upper Room (Cenacle) in Jerusalem as we remember the Last Supper.
Prior to His arrest, Jesus prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane. As He anticipated the weight of the coming sacrifice, he felt the pressure so tangibly that His body began to sweat blood. But like the pressing of olives produces oil, the pressing of God’s Son produced the redemption, cleansing, and salvation of all humankind.
Jesus is arrested, beaten, mocked, convicted, and sentenced to die a criminal’s death. A cross is thrown across his back and Jesus, marred and bloodied, carries the cross up the road of sorrow to the hill where He is nailed to the cross and breathes his last. Watch as Pastor Shawn teaches along the Via Dolorosa in the footsteps of Jesus’ suffering.
“He is not here; He is risen!” Three days after Jesus gave His final breath on the cross, the stone was rolled away and the tomb of death became a doorway to victorious life. Pastor Dave stands on the ground near the empty tomb to share thoughts on the implications of a resurrected Savior.
The Jordan River is the site of several incredible miracles. It was here where God’s people crossed into the Promised Land, and later where Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist. Pastor Shawn Williams shares thoughts on the profound power of God shown on the riverside, as well as, what Jesus’ baptism means for us today.
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