The early church first began a little after a month of easter. They met in homes, with no fancy sermons, no stage lights, no sound systems, no stage, no production, and yet their growth exploded. They grew so fast people didn't know what to do with them. The interesting this is that the early church grew so fast and all they ever talked about was easter. This pivotal moment in history defined their gatherings and led to incredible growth in the early days. Why?