…at least it’s not a Going Out of Business Sale.
“So…we’ve got good news and bad news…”
“What’s the good news?”
“We found this great illustration for the parable of the talents…”
Maybe the rapture took everyone but the pastor. 😕
Or maybe the congregation was pre-trib and he was the only pot-tribber.
I believe every major Reformed denomination forbids all “pot-tribbing”…
and suddenly cary realized that his gambling addiction had gone a step too far.
LOL at Mike and Lee!
I suppose many a reformer gets accused of “pot-tribbing” 8^D
PB – excellent!
So, if [b]He[/b] is selling [b]His[/b] church, to whom would [b]He[/b] be selling?
…from the minutes of the recent Deacon meeting, “Get off your backsides and get out there and be about my business – God”.
“The Elder Board of 1st Reformed had a few choice words with the Youth Pastor over the Youth Group’s latest stunt!”
Clint, I love it!
You’re not writing from experience now are you? 😉
“One Reform too many…”
“Evangelism Explosion didn’t prove to be the success that everyone had counted on.”
‘They managed to say, through gritted teeth, “Must be God’s Will…”‘
Call 333-7777 and ask for Paul.
“Upon further reflection, Pastor Bob regretted his rash actions following the recent Board meeting…”
Clint – funny stuff!
Graham – My drink almost came out my nose as I read that first one!
“…and possibly the Last Reformed Church of Cary.”
Those are funny. I wonder, do churches actually sell by way of drive by notices? I’m just stuck on the ‘by owner’ bit 😉
Sadly, I’ve seen several churches sold by such “notices.” The ones I know of were not “by owner,” but through agencies. One of those was torn down and made way for a hardware store. The other one that I can remember was purchased by the county and will be razzed and turned into a parking lot for government offices. A third church was turned into an antiques store.
So yeah, it happens around here, at least.
[quote]A third church was turned into an antiques store.[/quote]
That certainly invites some commentary… 😉
“That certainly invites some commentary… ;-)”
Perhaps. The antique store got into a bit of trouble as the church had some sort of zoning variance to exist as a church in an otherwise residential neighborhood. After the store moved in, they discovered that they were in violation of the zoning laws.