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May Your Easter Communications Do This

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Written by Paul Steinbrueck

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There is a tendency for those of us who spend our days immersed in online communications to get caught up in the details of technology.

It can be fun to make our websites better, move towards the top of search rankings and grow our engagement in social media.

But as we observe Holy Week this week,  it’s a good time to reflect on why we do what we do.

Our Heavenly Father sent his one and only son, Jesus, to sacrifice himself as punishment for our sins.  Jesus loves us so much that he willingly suffered brutal torture and gave his life for us on the cross.  Three days later, on that first Easter he was raised from the dead, demonstrating God has defeated death.

How amazing is that?!?

The only response that makes any sense is to bring honor, glory and praise to our awesome, loving God!

So, this week may we do that through our online communication – our websites, our blogs, our email, our social media.

May everyone we communicate with this week experience the hope we have in Christ who won victory over death that first Easter, and whose power continues to be at work in our hearts and lives!

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    Paul Steinbrueck

    Paul Steinbrueck is co-founder and CEO of OurChurch.Com, husband, father of 3, blogger. You can follow him on Twitter at @PaulSteinbrueck.

    2 Comments

    • I would like to continue to spread the good news of our awesome God, our wonderful savior Jesus Christ and the in dwelling of the Holy Spirit that guides us in the way and love of our Father! Thank you for providing the means to make this possible.

      • Evelyn, it's an honor to be able to help you live out your mission online!