We celebrate the Passover at our church. At the first hint of controversy, we close our eyes and hope it will pass over"

It was Easter Saturday, and FMC member Joanne Hinch of Woodland Hills, California, was sitting at the kitchen table coloring Easter eggs with her son, Dan, 3, and her daughter, Debby, 2. She told her children about the true meaning of Easter, and taught them the traditional Easter morning greeting, "He is risen!" and the reply, "He is risen, indeed!" The children planned to surprise their father, a Presbyterian minister; with this greeting on Easter Sunday morning by saying "He is risen!" as soon as he awoke. The next morning, bright and early, little Dan heard his father arising in the bedroom, and raced down the hallway shouting, "Daddy, God's back!"