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Mar 21, 2014
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Church Signs of the Week: March 21, 2014

Scumbags Welcome; Occult Day; For All Have Sinned |
Church Signs of the Week: March 21, 2014

This church has the right idea. Scumbags ought to be welcome at more churches.

Occult Day? Is that some sort of church calendar event I've been missing all of these years?

I'm not sure if that's the passage the pastor is preaching on Sunday or if the church sign guy is trying to send a message...

Thanks to Josh Cooper, Tim Moffett, and Marcy Smith for sending these in. As always, send me your signs via Twitter to @EdStetzer.

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Earlier this Week at The Exchange

March Madness has begun, and chances are you're going to be watching far more basketball at work today than you should, so why not check out this video of a little boy mimicking his college basketball coach grandpa?

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Church Signs of the Week: March 21, 2014