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Jim Somerville is Pastor of Richmond's First Baptist Church and Co-Founder of A Sermon for Every Sunday.

Most churches won't use a video sermon on Easter Sunday.

Even the small, struggling ones will find someone who can step into the pulpit and announce the good news that Christ is risen. 

Easter is a big day.

But if they did use a video sermon on Easter, this would be the one to use.

Amy Butler is the Senior Minister of the Riverside Church in New York City.  Most of the time she preaches with the prophetic power Riverside is famous for, but she also has the ability to draw people in with the intimacy you will find in this sermon: she doesn't insist that you believe in the Resurrection; she  invites you to experience it along with those women at the tomb.

Only a few thousand people will get to experience the beauty and power of the Easter at the Riverside Church this Sunday, but everybody with an Internet connection can hear Amy Butler preach Easter.

Find fifteen minutes to experience "The Rest of the Story," from Mark 16:1-8.  It is available on YouTube (click the image below), on our website, and in high-definition download on our Vimeo site.
A Sermon for March 27, 2016: Easter Sunday, Year C
Amy Butler preaches a sermon for Easter Sunday called, "The Rest of the Story"
This sermon can be projected onto a screen or a wall in a worship service (find instructions on our website); shown on a flat screen TV in a Bible study, a small group, or a Sunday school class; or used for personal viewing on a laptop, a tablet, or a smartphone.  Please forward this email to anyone you know who might be interested and encourage them to sign up for our weekly update.

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Jim Somerville, Co-Founder
A Sermon for Every Sunday