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Church Signs of the Week: August 8, 2014

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Church Signs of the Week: August 8, 2014

This church is SERIOUS about its parking.

Ugh. Not again.

This sign is rather poignant, but reminds me of a sign from last week, which STILL confuses me.

Thanks to Tommy Tapscott, George Brushaber, and Mark Snowden for sending these in. As always, send me your signs via Twitter to @EdStetzer.

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Evangelicals: Ann Coulter Speaks Only for Herself on Criticism of Christian Ebola Doctor; She Needs to Ask WWJDAlex Murashko

Yesterday I chatted with Alex Murashko of the Christian Post about Ann Coulter and the missionary doctors infected with Ebola. Here is a bit of the article.

If you have not yet watched this video, what are you doing? Stop everything. You apparently need to see this kid on live TV.

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