Holy Saturday is Hard, but Not Hopeless

Where do you turn when God is silent in the darkness?

Easter Sunday is the Day of hope, of bright, new beginnings but we have to pass through Good Friday and Holy Saturday to get there.

Holy Saturday does not get much attention in the life of the Church. Most of us mark Maundy Thursday with communion, Good Friday with a dark liturgy of worship, and Easter Sunday with an…

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CEO of Logos Academy & LogosWorks in York, PA, Dad of 6, Pastor. www.aaronjanderson.com

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Aaron J. Anderson

Aaron J. Anderson

CEO of Logos Academy & LogosWorks in York, PA, Dad of 6, Pastor. www.aaronjanderson.com

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