I put brief Easter greetings over on my Facebook page, which serve in a way as an object lesson. They encapsulate the kind of character one's ministry needs in order to thrive in an urban environment. I feel that other kinds of emphasis "just don't cut it" there. Some of the responses: "wonderful," "challenging," "encouraging". And my message:
"A very happy Easter to my friends. Easter is of course about the resurrection of Jesus. I have taught throughout my ministry that God is able to raise us from anything and everything that seems dead – or should I say, is dead."One reader comments: "U don't known how much I value the last part."