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Church Signs of the Week: January 10, 2014

Brrr; Change Yourself; What Does the Bible Say? |
Church Signs of the Week: January 10, 2014

Short, sweet, and to the point. Every single state in the United States dropped below freezing temperatures this week, yes even Hawaii, and can relate to this sign.

Sometimes the truth hurts. Life doesn't have a remote and you aren't a baby, so change yourself.

Anytime you can incorporate this awesome music video into a church sign, you've won.

Thanks to Jeremiah McDuffie, Brad Hambrick, and Timothy McCain for sending these in. As always, send me your signs via Twitter to @EdStetzer.

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