I've already told you of my love for spring and how it shows me, again and again, that death can't hold us down. Spring will always, always come—though not always in the way or timeframe we wish. As we approach Good Friday and Easter, I want my heart to be even more mindful of the magnitude of the acts we celebrate. It's just not that we believe in what Christ has done—it's that we believe it is sufficient. It's all we need. It is all-satisfying. Jason and I attended The Gospel Coalition 2017 in Indianapolis last week. I don't even have words for all I experienced. It was transformational. One thing that has ministered to me this past week is a song we sang a number of times during the three days we were there. Beautiful, artfully written, and oh-so-appropriate as we approach the most scandalous and glorious days in history. As the flowers and trees unfurl, as the spectacular beauty of God's redemptive plan for His people unfurls, may we allow God's word to unfurl our hearts, making them open to the breath of God which will blow to every tongue, tribe, people, and nation.