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Church Signs of the Week: May 9, 2014

Rehab; Like It Used To Be; Ready or Not...Again |
Church Signs of the Week: May 9, 2014

Sometimes taking an extra minute to check the spelling in the Bible passage is worth it. This is one of those times.

"Church like it used to be?" So when is that exactly? 1950 or A.D. 50?

We've had some like this before, and this is a sort of reprise of a great one from last week. I'm not sure which is creepier.

Thanks to Jeff Jones, Brad Graves, and Jason Carlton for sending these in. As always, send me your signs via Twitter to @EdStetzer.

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I found this video this week. As a father of three daughters, I may have to use this one someday.

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