Exhausted, but grateful – an Easter Sunday recap


What an exciting day! There is no greater day of the year, in my opinion, than the day we celebrate the resurrection of our Savior! I am so excited about our worship today. Chad and the worship team outdid themselves leading us this morning. I don’t know if I’ve ever been in a service as exciting, passionate and yet so Christ focused as ours was today. I am confident that the worship at Frederick Boulevard was as amazing today as that of any other church in America!

It’s also always fun to see the church full. I have not yet seen the final numbers, but after looking at preliminary data it appears that we had somewhere between 1100 and 1200 in worship which will be the largest attendance in our church’s history! We are always grateful when we have opportunities to introduce more and more people to our Savior.

For me personally, the message was a powerful exercise in studying the effects of the resurrection. I love studying the resurrection, but this year it seemed especially powerful as I’ve been thinking much about resurrection over the past few weeks anyway. I pray that many were impacted by the truth of the Gospel today. The closing of the message, with the video we showed, was as powerful for me as any I remember. Those I talked to seemed pretty moved by it as well. I’ve included it below. The video I included, though, is the same video that we showed with an alternate ending. The exact video we showed doesn’t seem to be available online.

Finally, it was nice to see our church get some positive publicity in the News-Press on Easter morning. The fact that it was the front page story was even more exciting. We had an inkling, earlier in the week, that it would happen, but didn’t know for sure. We’re always glad to get free publicity! 🙂 [to read the article, click here]

Micah is a husband to Tracy & a daddy to Grace, Kessed & Haddon. He's Senior Pastor at Brainerd Baptist Church in Chattanooga, TN. Most of all, he's a debtor to grace.

5 thoughts on “Exhausted, but grateful – an Easter Sunday recap

  1. I’m glad you had a good Easter and I wanted to say I LOVED your pink tie…I don’t want to hear anymore complaints about you wearing pink in my wedding since you are obviously wearing it now!!!

  2. I know about the pink tie because your lovely wife posted a picture of you wearing it on friesville.net and commented that you were wearing a pink tie…I really do love that girl!

  3. Pink tie? Really? C’mon dude.

    To play a little devil’s advocate, I always have a problem when someone describes the collective worship at a church service, either positively or negatively. Like when people say “I love that church, they have really dynamic worship” or “we didn’t enjoy their service, the worship was really a downer”. Worship is a matter of the heart right? We do it collectively in church services, but no one can vouch for the quality of the overall worship experience, good or bad, because they can only really speak for themselves right? You don’t really know the states of the people’s hearts in the service do you? So can you really accurately describe the worship overall or just your own experience?

    I think that usually the comments regarding the quality of worship usually have a lot more to do with the quality of the musical performance rather than the actual “worship”.

    Anyway, glad you had a good service. Just throwing my two cents out there. Good article.

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