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Church Signs of the Week—October 25, 2013

Texting and Driving; Jesuscare; Loved into the Gospel |
Church Signs of the Week—October 25, 2013

Jesus Juking driver safety. Don't text and drive!

In light of recent healthcare debates in the United States: who needs healthcare when you've got Jesus right...?

I don't think I really want to be "loved into" anything.

Thanks to Ian Ashby, Mike Reed, and Ronnie Knight for sending these in. As always, send me your signs via Twitter to @EdStetzer.

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