<blogging break is over. we’re back.>
just over a week ago, churches around the world celebrated the resurrection of jesus christ and new life as a result of the atonement offered through the cross. some churches held easter egg hunts for children, while others combined their newest technological advances with the talents of their congregation in a christian-ized cocktail of creativity to re-tell the story of christ’s victory over sin and death.
one such celebration ran into some slight technical difficulties, resulting in a fiery display. the fun starts around 1:24 – take a look ::
essentially, during the well rehearsed solo announcing the resurrection, pyrotechnics malfunctioned and the tomb of the recently risen messiah became a bit of a flaming death trap.
kicking open the ‘stone’ door, jesus busts out before churchfolk rush the stage with fire extinguishers to save the day. he lives.
meanwhile, the solo artist didn’t skip a beat – a true example of the old axiom ‘the show must go on.‘
he. just. kept. singing.