Looking at the events surrounding Jesus’ arrest, crucifixion and resurrection though the perspective of eyewitnesses.

Have you ever noticed how you can see a situation in one way, but the person next to you sees something entirely different? Perspective drives how we act and feel in every situation. If we’re not careful, we can head full-speed through a course of action without even realizing there might be another side to things. The Easter story is a perfect example of four very different perspectives resulting in four very different reactions. The death and resurrection of Jesus are the foundation of our faith, and through it we can see an amazing picture of God’s love and unique purpose for us all.

Week 1 Message- What Judas Saw

Date- March 5th & 6th, 2016

Key Verse(s)-  Matthew 10:9-10; Matthew27:1-5; John 6:70-71; John 12:6-16

Speaker- Jeff Geyer



Judas didn’t see eye to eye with Jesus on many levels. It’s easy to sit in judgment, until we realize that our behavior is often more like Judas than we’d care to admit.

Week 2 Message- What Pilate Saw

Date-March 12th & 13th, 2016

Key Verse(s)-  Luke 23

Speaker- Rusty Coram



Pilate saw a choice between justice and political survival. He chose the one that guaranteed his personal safety.

Week 3 Message- What the Roman Centurion Saw

Date- March 19th & 20th, 2016

Key Verse(s)-  Matthew 27:54

Speaker- Rusty Coram


No one had a closer view of Jesus on His last day than the ones who held Him captive. One guard saw something very unexpected – the truth!


Week 4 Message- What the Travelers Saw

Date- March 26th & 27th, 2016

Key Verse(s)- Luke 24:13


Speaker- Rusty Coram


Traveling the road to Emmaus should have been uneventful. But, these travelers experienced something beyond their wildest imaginations. Their encounter with Jesus gives us insight into how he comes to us!