Babylon Bee is a satirical website. The stories there are not true. This one about a possible Vacation Bible School made me laugh more than it maybe should have. A little bit because I think my wife would actually sort of approve of this as a theme. A little bit.
Comedy video clip featuring “The Thoughts & Prayers App: When you want people to know that you care.” This does not exist. Repeat: This does not actually exist. Yet.
No one expects the inquisition.
When we’ve been there ten thousand years, we may just get to sing “Amazing Grace” the normal way again. (and yes, I know that phrase was not part of the original hymn) Check out ‘Church Curmudgeon’ on Facebook or Twitter. Here’s some more… Pastor proposed a new church plant. The Decorating Committee started bickering for …
This is a parody. Based in part on this Kickstarter campaign. It does not exist. Though there are a plethora of other ‘themed’ Bibles available. Even though Michael Bird lives and teaches in Australia he makes US cultural references. (Even non-hipsters gotta know where the trends are, I guess)
This video is a compilation of praise songs written using soap opera titles for lyrics. Be careful watching this while drinking beverages. Also be careful lest you find yourself singing along. (I thought the fourth song had a bit of an EMU vibe to it…) ht
It won’t be the silliest thing that you do… [via]