It’s Resurrection Sunday Morning! The most important day we celebrate in the Christian Church. It’s a day we come together as families to spend time together. My family is here today with us. So I thought I would start out with telling two separate incidents with our little granddaughter, Tatum. When she was about two, able to walk and run and quite strong for her age. Cathy brought her over for Sunday School. She had been playing in the hallway, running back and forth to the Main Fellowship Hall room. Suddenly, my wife noticed that she was quiet and nowhere to be found. She panicked. Several church members jumped up and started searching the building. Cathy thought is it possible Tatum went out the door of the building? It didn’t seem possible that a little 2 year old could open a big heavy door and get out, but Cathy looked everywhere. She even looked in both parking lots quickly. Still no Tatum. Then she thought maybe she is in the Sanctuary and guess what she hears Tatum in the Sanctuary! Mind boggling as it was, Tatum had accomplished at the age of two what seemed physically impossible. She opened two doors and got to where she wanted to go. She wanted to go to Grandma’s Sound booth and sing on the stage. That was a frightening event to have a missing 2 year old. Then just 3 Sundays ago the Church was celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Church. Once again Tatum and her family was here. When it was time for the meal, suddenly, Carolyn our daughter comes up behind her mom, and asks, “Have you seen Tatum?” Cathy remembers back to a year and a half ago, when Tatum had gone missing before. Now she is 3 ½ and even stronger and faster. Where could she have gone? Cathy and Carolyn, of course, were concerned and Cathy asked others if they have seen Tatum and they said “No”. Then Cathy stands on her toes and looks over the crowd in line heading in to the Fellowship Hall and sees a little head quickly walking through the main room heading towards Daddy on the other side. A missing person can be quite alarming.