By Amie Broadwater

Easter is a time of tradition – of church on Sunday morning, new clothes, Easter bonnets and straw hats, Easter baskets full of candy, and family gathered around the dinner table. Amid all this tradition, is a story that we have heard and read about so often; it is as familiar as the Easter basket we pull out year after year for our kids’ candy. We have heard the story so many times, we do not need the Book anymore – it sits on our shelf or the coffee table with a layer of dust on it. But this story is so powerful and miraculous…

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