Passage: Romans 8:18-25
Take a moment and think of a situation in your life that feels hopeless to you. It could be a physical illness, a mental health issue, a relationship struggle, a financial challenge, or something else. The resurrection is often celebrated for its vast and sweeping hope for the future of our world - but what hope, if any, does it have to offer the hopeless present realities that we are living in? This sermon engages this question.
Blessings, friends, and Happy Easter.