Church Sign Epic Fails: Holy Kitsch Edition

After half a year of signs, I decided it was time to branch out and bring in some other items of holy fantabulousness. Christian humor (intentional or not), after all, is hardly limited to the signs outside the front door.

Hi, I’m Jesus, and I’m here to kick your ass.
For what, pray tell?
Way to leave an impression, Christians. Har, har, har.
Yes, these really are coat hangers. You want them, don’t you?
Is it just me, or does Elvis have a bigger halo than Jesus?
Now Bubba, don’t you go makin’ the little baby Jesus cry.
Party on the tour bus!!! Yeah, pass.
Not entirely sure, but isn’t this enabling?
I was on the fence until I read this comic strip. That devil guy is such a tool!

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  • Charlie

    These go to a whole new level. Yeesh!

  • Chick Tracts! Guy’s in his 90s, and still making the danged things… (I think someone else does the actual artwork these days, though.)

    And I’ve seen the website of the guy who did Boxer Jesus – I don’t think that was even the worst painting…

  • Chris

    Is my memory faulty, or are those “Follow Jesus” sandals modeled on a story about a Roman (or maybe Greek) prostitute?

  • Ivan

    The baby Jesus just wants some loving. Why have you forsaken him?

    Because that baby Jesus looks incredibly creepy?

  • Some creative minds! They always come up with something original. But I’m not sure I’m liking these signs though.

  • Nick

    Fwiw after all this time, the “Baby Jesus” thing is from one of those “Landover Baptist” style parody sites.

    Understandable though since the site in question (Objective Ministries) is really far into Poe’s Law territory. I’ve been fooled by them too.