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Church Signs of the Week: February 14, 2014

The Truer and Better Cupid; XOXO; God's Daughter |
Church Signs of the Week: February 14, 2014

Sinclair Ferguson forgot about "Jesus: the truer and better Cupid."

Like Father like Son.

I don't understand this sign, but I do know you're never supposed to ask a woman's age.

Thanks to Daniel Colston, Martha Nemec, and Rob Alley for sending these in. As always, send me your signs via Twitter to @EdStetzer.

Earlier this week, Dustin Ahkuol sent me a tweet about his new video. I watched the video and realized that just about every sign he includes has been on my site. Every one (though he used a church sign generator to make this video) has been represented (including 50 Shades of Grace). So, here it is. It's like a car wreck-- you have to watch.

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