Billboards for Jesus (Or, What Kind of Christians Are We?)

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  1. Kristyn Komarnicki says:

    Love this. Last summer, on a road trip through the Carolinas, I spotted the following messages on church marquees:

    We need sin control, not gun control.
    Know the Holy Ghost, or you’ll be toast.
    Thank you, God, for letting us live in America.
    Do u have fire protection? Jesus is the only extinguisher.
    Is your picture on God’s milk carton or fridge?
    You have options heaven or hell? Choose wisely.

    They are colorful, often wince-worthy, sometimes funny, but always discussion-producing!

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