Do we often think of Easter as a once-a-year holiday where we focus more on inviting our unbelieving friends than we do about its significance for us as Christ-followers every other day of the year? Revisiting the Easter celebration, JP walks us through the foreshadowing of Jesus' death and its centrality to our faith. How did the Jews miss it then, and in what ways can we miss it still today?

Scripture References: Psalms 22 , Hebrews 9 , Matthew 27 , Hebrews 10


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Jonathan "JP" Pokluda

About Jonathan Pokluda

I am the leader of The Porch and one of the teaching pastors here at Watermark. I grew up on a farm outside the small town of Cuero in South TX. I was involved in... Read more