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John 20:15-17 (just the conversation)

Jesus: "Woman, why are you weeping? Whom are you seeking?"
Mary Magdalene: "Sir, if you have carried him away, tell me where you have laid him, and I will take him away."
Jesus: "Mary."
Mary: "Rabboni!" (which means Teacher)
Jesus: "Do not cling to me, for I have not yet ascended to the Father; but go to my brothers and say to them, 'I am ascending to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God.'"
Impact of 'Easter' on Mary

Mary was weeping. Her heart ached. Jesus, whom she dearly loved and knew dearly loved her, though dead, was missing. Not yet even thinking rising from the dead was a possibility, she simply longed just to know where his body was, probably not wanting anyone to dishonor or take advantage of the man who had given her her life and dignity back from the life of bondage she had once lived. 

Thinking it was the gardener, Jesus appeared to her of whom she pleaded with, asking where Jesus was. He could have revealed himself right away but he didn't. He met Mary where she was at. He asked her questions that allowed her to share her heart and the sorrow she was experiencing even though he knew it all.

Then, Jesus simply said her name. That's all it took. "Mary." Instantly she knew. Saying her name said it all, "I am he! I am the one you are looking for. And look, I'm not dead, but alive!" Upon understanding, she clung to him out of utter relief, so filled with emotion.

Jesus proceeded to tell her work that needed to be done. "Go and tell the others I will be ascending." He also identified himself right with them. Jesus' Father and God who he would be ascending to was also their Father and God. Others needed to know.

Plug your name in to where Mary's was. What does 'Easter' mean to you? What does it mean for the others around you? What is God asking you to do in sharing the greatest moment to date with those around you?
Blog  Blog
His Program is My Program
By: Abby Tigulis

Read and be encouraged by Abby's story of how she has fully embraced her God-given role as a coach's wife and what winning has really meant for her and her family.

Resources  Resources
Wisdom for the Busy Coach
By: Stephanie Zonars

"Coaches are busy, busy people pulled in a hundred directions. Their every role-strategist, counselor, leader, parent, disciplinarian, mediator-demands wisdom. Their every decision impacts many lives. Wisdom for the Busy Coach offers coaches a 30 second timeout to pause and gain perspective. Over 110 short, motivational thoughts resource coaches with a quick shot of wisdom on a variety of topics. Each entry combines an inspirational quote, its application to coaching, a call to action and a Scripture verse, all of which keep coaches inspired, encouraged and challenged."

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Women in Sport Retreat
May 5-7, 2017
Rest and Renewal Retreat
Big Bear, CA
June 2-4, 2017

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