Church Sign Epic Fails, Part Ten

It seems like only a few weeks ago that we started this journey in search of ridiculous church signs. Actually it was only a few weeks ago, but here we are, back for two full hands worth of epic fail posts.

Here are some of the older posts in case you’ve missed them:

Cherch Sine Epuc Failz: Badd Spellurs Edishun

Church Sign Epic Fails, Part Eight

Church Sign Epic Fails: Easter Edition

Church Sign Epic Fails, Part Six

Church sign epic fails, part five

Church sign epic fails, part four

Church sign epic fails, part three

More church sign epic fails

Church sign epic fails

Imagine spending the rest of existence with the Michelin Man (EnTIREty...get it?)

I'm gonna go out on a limb and guess that this church and I would not agree on much.

Truth first, then if there's room, we'll try to fit some love in too. And what the heck is a hybrid Christian anyway?

I can't tell if this is praising something called a "Human Bent" or if it's in awe of a guy so strong he bends rocks. Either way, it makes absolutely no sense.

Yeah, this is pretty much why I left religion for ten years. And who knew the original authors of the Bible knew English? Amazing!

Wait, am I one of the weeds they're talking about? Or is this some kind of veiled "4:20" reference?

Ahh, puns on church signs never get old. Except whenever I see them.

This church sign proudly brought to you by the manufacturers of K-Y.

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  • Kelly J Youngblood

    I love the use of the word “ain’t” in the bumper sticker about the King James Bible.  

  • Adrian osborne

    im going to say their some weed smoke in that church. Where weeds are burned

  • Skdecker

    WRT the King James sign. If it was good enough for Jesus, it’s good enough for me!

  • Marc Mielke

    I’m a liberal atheist, and prefer the KJD purely for its use of language. In particular the psalms don’t sound right in later translations (Thinking primarily of the 23rd). 

    • AlexM

      You sound like half the old farts IN church.  Come join us in the 21st century.The KJV was written in language that was already irrelevant to make it sound more formal and authoritative.  It was also largely plagiarized from folks like Coverdale and where original sources WERE consulted they were  too recent to be trustworthy and many mistranslations took place.  In several places it is just plain wrong, and some of it is pure guesswork. 

      But I guess that doesn’t matter if you aren’t reading it for truth and insight.  Continue to enjoy your KJV.

  • Christian Funny Pictures

    Haha. They are excellent!

  • Travis Stanley

    A Church of Christ sign in my neighborhood currently reads, “And my doctrine shall fall like rain.” I have no idea. I’ll try to share a pic.

  • Guest

    Check the fine print under “First Assembly Of God” above…

  • Timothy (TRiG)

    I imagine the “hybrid Christians” line is a reference to hybrid cars, which run on two fuels.