When we gather to celebrate Easter, most of us think we are showing up to remember something miraculous that happened on the other side of the world two thousand years ago. If we’re really optimistic, we imagine it has something to do with God’s promise for us after death. But the truth is so much better. We’re not merely celebrating something that has happened or will happen; we’re celebrating Christ’s resurrection—something that is still happening. God is still in the business of redemption, and the power of the resurrection is what it does in us and in all of creation. The evidence is not merely in a risen savior. It’s in our lives.