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Dec 28, 2012

Weekly Wrap & Church Signs of the Week: The Best Signs of 2012

Earlier this week at EdStetzer.com

Church Signs of the Week

These church signs posts have taken on a life of their own. Since we're closing out 2012, I thought I'd share "Best Of" awards. .

The award for longest church name goes to:

The most awkward sign of the year:

The most redneck sign of the year:

The most welcoming sign of the year:

The most likely to get the sign guy slapped by his mother:

The most wasted:

The most political (and insensitive, and incorrect...):

The hottest:

The coolest:

And the winner of the 2012 Sign of the Year (mostly because it is the same 365 days of the year because it's the name of the church):

Thanks to all who sent in a sign this year, and congrats to our winners. Keep the signs coming in 2013 via Twitter to @EdStetzer.

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Posted:December 28, 2012 at 12:00 am

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