COVID-19 took away our usual Easter. But I believe it could also spark the first revival in India in a century. As India continues its attempt at the world’s biggest social isolation effort to halt the new coronavirus outbreak, millions are struggling to navigate weeks of canceled public transit, closed businesses, and forbidden Sunday services. Many smaller churches have their attendees join the live-streams of larger churches. Our own sunrise service on Easter, conducted on Zoom, drew 250 people—despite its 5 a.m. start. After greeting Christians and praising “Lord Christ" in Good Friday and Easter tweets, Prime Minister Narendra Modi…