The burial of Jesus was handled by two of Christ’s secret disciples who came out into the light during the Friday of Christ’s crucifixion. At the most dangerous time to show yourself as one of Christ’s disciples, these two men: Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus, could not hide anymore. They asked Pilate for the body of Jesus. They bought spices, nard, and perfumes to prepare His body. They provided a new tomb for Him to be buried in. This week, as we study the story of men who had previously only followed Jesus in secret, we will answer the question of what it looks like to be a secret disciple, and what it means to leave the pathway of secrecy concerning discipleship to Jesus. Come join us Sunday as we look at “Secret Disciples”.