Saturday, December 24, 2011

Zombie Nativity

Deck your halls with something gory from the little town of Deathlehem this Christmas.

After three days in the grave, an unmarried zombie couple rose again and was visited by three undead wise men and a recently deceased shepherd. Gaspar was just impaled, Balthasar lost his head, and Melchior was burned to death in an unfortunate myrrh related accident. The shepherd's head has been smashed in and his brain is exposed, much to the delight of his bloodthirsty sheep. Joseph is oblivious to his stab wounds as he watches Mary partake in the "body of Christ." No need to wait for transubstantiation!

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Yuletide Rituals

Does God approve of our yuletide rituals? Take this Bible quiz to test your knowledge of what the scriptures say about holiday Christmas traditions.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Free Frozen Turkey

Receive a free frozen turkey by accepting Jesus Christ as your personal savior before December 25th! There is no better way to celebrate a new life in Christ Jesus than with a delicious turkey dinner! Our turkey farmers in Freehold, Iowa are known throughout these United States for producing some of the most enormous fowls in America. Please accept this incredible new salvation offer.

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Taking it all Off for Fundraising Calendar

After a career photographing vintage architecture, Lynne Damianos turned out to be the perfect choice to take pictures of 12 older guys in their birthday suits.

The award-winning photographer captured the character of the century-old Bancroft Building in evocative pictures she made into a calendar produced by the First Parish in Framingham to raise funds and awareness that older men age like fine wine

It sells for $15 with all proceeds going to the operating fund of the Unitarian Universalist congregation.
Damianos has done for a dozen geriatric bottoms, bellies and balding pates what Georgia O'Keeffe did for the wildflowers and skeletons of the Southwestern desert: She found beauty and vitality in unlikely places.

It's not like any northwestern COB camp would do such a thing.

Sunday, December 04, 2011

A Christian student group asked, “What would Jesus say if he came back today?”

Here is one response: