Funny Money

Every now and then, something comes along that is so funny, it just has to be shared.  The brain trust at The Church You Know has cranked out some serious video poking fun at some of the things we do in church.  Thanks to Rodd Jefferson for turning me on to this.  Enjoy!

[tags]humor, money, church, the church you know[/tags]

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3 thoughts on “Funny Money

  1. Good stuff. Food for thought, content to inspire discussion. Oh and fun, too! Fun AND Christian…go figure. If you go to their website, be sure to look at their credo. I don’t always agree with all of their viewpoints…or taste…but I highly respect their intent.
    If there are any out there that do take offense, consider this quote from the book “Life of Pi”…

    “There are always those who take it upon themselves to defend God… if they perceive a slight against God… their faces go red, their chests heave mightily, they sputter angry words. Their degree of indignation is astonishing.
    These people fail to realize that it is on the inside that God must be defended, not on the outside. They should direct their anger at themselves. For evil in the open is but evil from within that has been let out. The main battlefield for good is not the open ground of the public arena but the small clearing of each heart. Meanwhile the lot of widows and homeless children is very hard, and it is to their defense, not God’s, that the self-righteous should rush.”
    – Pi Patel from the book “Life of Pi”, by Yann Martel

  2. Hmm… seems my comment writing backfired when I hit the enter button, haha.

    What I meant to say was:

    Haha. At the Fall Conference for InterVarsity I just went to they showed a clip about the “Church of Me.” It was also pretty humorous. It talked about people with babies who wanted a church of people who’d leave when their kid started crying instead of them having to leave. It said it would start whenever you got there so you could sleep in. It had a guy who said he wouldn’t go unless they got him Superbowl tickets, too. Probably the funniest one was a little kid saying, “I want a pony!” and the narrator replied “Look in your back yard!”

    Funny, indeed. Sems like a joke you’d say :-P. That’s supposed to be a compliment, if you couldn’t tell.

    God bless,