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Easter Countdown: Easter’s “Let Go” and “Get Go,” Part 1

Saturday, April 19, 2014
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At the empty tomb, Mary arrived expecting to finish the task of embalming the dearest Person in her life. She didn't expect an encounter with the living Savior. Many of us come to Easter to embalm the recollection of a pleasant event, instead of expecting the release of life that Jesus' Resurrection brings.

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About Spirit Formed

Pastor Jack Hayford invites you to join him for a unique journey into the realm of the Holy Spirit on Spirit Formed®, his weekly half-hour television program. Pastor Hayford's practical approach to the Word of God, and his emphasis on growing in Spirit-fullness, will help you towards becoming a vital and ministering member of Christ's Body.

About Pastor Jack Hayford

Jack Hayford knows the awesome power of God firsthand. When he was a baby, he was gripped by a life-threatening illness. But as a result of the earnest prayers of friends and family, he was miraculously healed. The doctors had no other explanation except that the grace of God snatched him back from the brink of death. Several years later, Jack was struck down again by sickness. This time it was polio. The church elders anointed him and prayed for his recovery. God heard their petitions and granted a second miracle. These two extraordinary events ignited in Jack's heart a passion for God and convinced him that the Holy Spirit is alive and active in the contemporary church. "Contrary to our preconceptions, God is not economical with healings and miracles. Such wondrous works are frequently attending the proclamation of truth in Jesus’ name," asserts Pastor Jack.

Jack Hayford is Chancellor of The King's University in Los Angeles, which he founded in 1997. From 2004 to 2009, he also served as President of The International Church of the Foursquare Gospel. He is probably best known, however, as "Pastor Jack," founding pastor of The Church On The Way in Van Nuys, California, where he served as senior pastor for more than three decades. A prolific and best-selling author, Pastor Hayford has penned more than 52 books and composed 600 hymns and choruses, including the internationally known and widely recorded "Majesty."

He is an acknowledged "bridge-builder," helping to forge healthy bonds among all segments of the Body of Christ. He is recognized for his balance in preaching the Word, and avoiding extremes while not diluting or compromising the demands of truth. Pastor Jack's heart to bring unity across all denominational and racial boundaries has given him an open door to minister in all kinds of settings.

Dr. Hayford and his wife, Anna, have four children, 11 grandchildren, and a growing number of great-grandchildren.
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