No symbol encapsulates the soul of the Christian faith like the cross. In this series, we are going to Gaze at the Cross through the eyes of those who saw it first-hand, each of them bringing a different perspective to what they saw.
The first perspective comes from a Roman centurion who was physically responsible for putting Jesus on the cross.
The second comes from the thieves who were crucified next to Jesus: one who taunted Jesus and the other who was transformed.
The third perspective comes from Joseph of Arimathea, who tended to Jesus’ body after He was taken down from the cross.
Lastly—we will look to Mary and Joanna, who saw firsthand that the cross wasn’t the end of the Story.
The hope of this series is for us to see that as we gaze, we are all called to respond in the same way—with awe and worship of the One who took the cross for us.