Easter In Cyberspace started in 1997 as a labor of love. Through God’s grace this site has been profiled in The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, America Online, Internet for Christians and Computing Today Magazine, among others.
We are grateful to the many people around the Web who have linked to this site. I have received encouraging e-mail from Australia and Alberta and many points in between. It’s amazes me how a guy with an Internet connection and an idea can share Easter with people from around the world. With God, all things are possible!
Our original tagline was “No Bunnies, Just the Good News!” At the time, in 1997, most of the web sites about were bunny-centric. The point: I like bunnies as much as the next person. You probably like bunnies, too. But Lent is not a time to be confused about the reason for Easter. It’s not about rabbits distributing eggs, ooh-ing and aah-ing over cute baby chicks or wearing outlandish bonnets in “easter parades.”
On Easter we celebrate the fact that 2,000 years ago a man died, lay in a grave for three days and then got up and began walking around again, telling people that God loves them. Easter is a celebration of Jesus and the realization that the events of Good Friday and Easter Sunday have meaning for us today. The tomb in Jerusalem is still empty. Jesus lives, and he’ll live forever. And so can you!
Our hope is that these pages and the links you find here will make this Lent and Easter season a deeper, more meaningful time for you and your loved ones.
This site is compiled, designed and produced by Miller Webworks, a web publishing firm in Lawrenceville, N.J.