Stupid Church Tricks: "Jesus Christ is my N*****"
Please tell me this is not real.

Here's the latest entry in the ongoing "Stupid Church Tricks" series, and it's a doozy of a youth outreach music video.

Totally oblivious? Utterly offensive? Epic incarnational ministry? What say you? While there's some serious doubt if this is even real, it's hard for me to paint this one as fake.

If real, my first inclination is to wonder exactly how disconnected a church has to be to let this make it from "hey, I have an idea!" to YouTube. But in fairness, they're trying...something.

Warning: it will get stuck in your head.

May 02, 2013

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nate s.

May 06, 2013  2:26pm


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Adam Ford

May 02, 2013  3:54pm

Spoiler alert: this is not real

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May 02, 2013  1:30pm

It's likely a hoax. I base that on the fact that the website shown at the end of the video ( goes to a set of very basic pages which claim that the church closed its doors in 2004. However, a whois look up of the domain name shows the name was registered in January 2013 (

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