UPDATE: Bishop Rickey Moore decided to spend the weekend in a "tent tomb" with a cot and space heater according to The Shreveport Times....Good Choice! Bishop Rickey "arose" from his "tomb" Sunday Morning safe and sound.


Easter is celebrated around the world and remembered as the day of Christ's resurrection. Millions of people of the Christian faith will celebrate this weekend with family gatherings and of course above average church attendance. But one Shreveport, Louisiana minister is raising the stakes on testing his faith by sealing himself into a coffin starting on Good Friday, and will "resurrect" or in his case, get out of the coffin on Easter Sunday Morning. Bishop Rickey Moore posted the following videos to his Twitter account:


WHAT I DO HAVE IS A LOT OF QUESTIONS about the
FACTUAL evidence before me in this video. First, that casket looks VERY small, will there be a bigger one? Next, food and "personal business", I mean we're talking roughly 48 hours inside a casket...will there be food and bathroom breaks? Third, are they REALLY sealing the casket shut? I mean, don't those things have limited air? And finally, Bishop, I'm legitimately concerned about your amazing hair sir, Will there be products inside the tomb to maintain its silky smooth appeal?