That was the question that Life Way Research asked 1,060 adults in a recent survey.
The results are perplexing because only about half of professing Christians said yes.
The Resurrection Day celebration is the greatest event in the Christian calendar (no, Christmas is not the biggest Christian holiday), and these results are a sign of the lukewarm state of the church in this country.
Only 57% of Catholics, 58% of Protestants and 45% of non-denominational Christians said YES, they plan on attending church on Easter.
Where is the joy? Where is the anticipation of celebration? Where is the anticipation of the Second Coming of Christ and the resurrection of the dead?
Awaken us Lord, from this terrible slumber!