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Dec 27, 2013
Year in Review

Top Church Signs of 2013

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Top Church Signs of 2013

A classic from the summertime, a church sign guy laments the heat.

Well, that's quite a statement.

This is a recent submission, and we had a few like this come in through the year. Bait. and. switch.

I mean...if CHUCK NORRIS approves...how can anybody resist?

This would sign would win the "Creepiest Church Sign of the Year" award if it weren't for the next one.

That's one way of putting it.

These guys put the "fun" back in fundamentalist, am I right?

Anytime you can work Darth Vader into a church sign, it's win.

From the funny church name department...

Edward Snowden didn't win TIME's Person of the Year, so we'll award his efforts with the next best thing: Best Church Sign of the Year goes to:

Thank you to everyone who contributed to the Church Signs of the Week this year. As always, send me your signs via Twitter to @EdStetzer.

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Posted:December 27, 2013 at 7:00 am

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