TechPost Picks: A few ways you can spend your Easter Holiday

Bible series on Youversion Bible App

Easter is once again upon us. Back then before the explosion of the web, smartphones and tablets, my typical Easter celebration basically constituted of  going to church, watch TV(every TV station would at least air the Jesus movie) and have an Easter meal with family and friends.

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Easter kids devotional on the Bible App. Image courtesy of Youversion

Easter kids devotional on the Bible App. Image courtesy of Youversion

Today, while these ingredients of a typical Easter celebration are still key, Faith organisations have stepped up their game to keep up with the hyper-connected, mobile generation in order to stay more relevant and push the gospel to the masses. Here’re are some of the ways that you can spend your Easter;

Follow Easter devotionals on Youversion

No doubt, Youversion also known as the Bible App is one the best Bible Apps you’ll find in the App stores with installation on over 60 million devices around the world and hundreds of translations. I personally can’t do without it!

The App has the devotionals feature to help christians keep instep with God’s word and this Easter, the App has about 5 devotionals including Revealing Jesus with Darlene Zschech, Love to the Uttermost: Holy Week, The Children’s Guide to Easter among others  centered on the Easter holiday that you can follow in the App.

Bible Series on History channel

The Bible is a television miniseries produced by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, which is based on the Bible. It began March 3, 2013, airing weekly in primetime on the channel History, culminating on March 31. The 10 hours TV series (watch the trailer above) has so far received positive reviews from TV viewers. You also get the series on Youversion which was named the official App for the series further bringing greatest visualization of the Bible we’ve ever seen.

Do a Quiz, eat Easter Food

Yes, another fun activity would be test your knowldge about the Eater holiday. You could buy a book and read, or test your knowledge by doing a quiz.  You also prepare some really nice food and eat. That can be really fun.

How are you spending your Easter? Let us know…Happy Easter Holidays from the TechPost team.