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Sep 28, 2012

Weekly Wrap & Church Signs of the Week: Fifty Shades of Revival

Earlier this week at EdStetzer.com

Church Signs of the Week

It's quite common for churches to borrow from culture for sermon series titles. We've all seen the "Lost," "24," "American Idol," or "Twilight" series by various churches. However, these two puzzle me. Not because of the topic, but from what they drew their inspiration.

Another thing has puzzled me is the scheduling of revivals. By its nature, a revival is typically a spontaneous event. Maybe this church gets it.

These signs via Jon Acuff, Emanuel Neiconi, and Ryan Whitley. You can send in your signs via Twitter to @EdStetzer.

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Posted:September 28, 2012 at 12:00 am

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