What do you hope for?

When the Pioneers travelled to the Americas, they took with them a dream that life should be richer and fuller for all. For many people today that dream is about being famous, having a successful job, earning lots of money, having a beautiful partner and at least one home.

Films continue to call us to aspire to achieve our dreams and our hopes — and to overcome all the odds in doing so. But is a better tomorrow reliant on fame and fortune?

The deeper story of Easter promises a new start and a better tomorrow; despite present turmoil, questions, fear, rejection and hopelessness. Jesus dies, and his friends spend an agonising weekend trying to work out if their tomorrow has any hope. In the depth of despair, hope rises with the rumour that Jesus tomb is empty.