In Maundy Thursday, we are invited into a corporate act of remembering that does far more than remind us of Jesus, but bring us toward radical unity.

How remembering radical welcome embodies the gospel
Maundy Thursday  |  Matthew 26:14-30

I never know how I’m supposed to feel today. We know how we’ll feel tomorrow and then the third day. We know how we will feel. How things will be tomorrow. We feel that confusion today.

There’s an anticipation to this day we call Maundy Thursday. A day in which the big story’s climax is well underway, but the sense that this is the end for us; the last part which has any role for us. After this, we watch. And wait.

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