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Church Signs of the Week: January 17, 2014

49ers Welcome; First Church of Springfield; Savage Baptist Church |
Church Signs of the Week: January 17, 2014

I hear there are a couple of big football games on Sunday. This came in from Washington state, where apparently the San Francisco 49ers and their fans won't be very welcome this weekend outside of this church.

What's better than a goofy church sign? A cartoon parody of a goofy church sign.

If you have seen a better name-slogan combination posted in front of a church, let me know, because I haven't.

Thanks to Ben Thorne, Josh Yang, and Harold McMickle for sending these in. As always, send me your signs via Twitter to @EdStetzer.

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