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Church Signs of the Week: March 28, 2014

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Church Signs of the Week: March 28, 2014

Wow. Just...wow. This is an early front-runner for pun of the year.

Similar to the scumbags sign from last week, appears anyone is welcome.

This is an instant classic. So cheesy, but you have to appreciate the wordplay.

Thanks to Jeremy Writebol, Jeff Sanders, and Martha Nemec. As always, send me your signs via Twitter to @EdStetzer.

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This video is less funny but more awesome than the other videos I've been sharing recently. What if Superman had a GoPro? I have a feeling the next group of people who make a Superman movie might have a new idea on how to make it more exciting.

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Church Signs of the Week: March 28, 2014