I wrote 90 new posts in April. That’s a lot to ask people to read, so I came up with a summary. A snapshot of what I think were some of the better moments from the month. Like the Prince song you wrote, the most sacriligious comment you made etc. Please enjoy:
Best rap related comment:
If I had a love offering for every time some guest preacher on youth day told all of us that we needed to check ourselves before we wrickety wrecked ourselves, I could build a new church.
Number of times we were called Pharisees in a comment:
Free chapters of book emailed out:
Chapters 1 & 2
Weirdest phrase I hope Christians start saying:
“Get my yoke on.”
Sentence that will get me struck by lightning:
I’d create some interpretative dance show, with Bible verses woven together with T-Pain lyrics, “She hit the flo, Next thing you know. Shawty got low low low low low low low low.”
Most sacriligious comment sent in by a reader:
My wife attended a large fundamentalist college where one of the prerequisites for admission was a “credible” profession of faith. All of the students were required to attend services on campus, in which very often that same alter call would go out week after week.Right before dinner.Only “one more chorus” you say? Well, you certainly got off easy. Within the space of a few weeks, an informal system was put in place where someone would “take one for the team” so to speak, by going forward, so that the service could end in a reasonable amount of time allowing everyone else to get their chow on.
Number of times a Veggie Tales post incited someone to say I should kill myself: One
Best transformation of the Outkast song “hey ya” into a God song:
My favorite change–instead of “shake it like a polaroid picture,” they said “take it like Paul to the Romans.”
Least serious post:
Clapping our hands, a step by step guide to the death of rhythm
Most talked about post:
Refusing to make songs you can slow dance to.
Least talked about post:
Getting your kids beat up.
Best Christian version of the Prince song Raspberry Beret ever created by you:
She wore a Raspberry Tankini
The kind you buy in a Christian bookstore, yeah!
she wore it downtown
to feed the homeless and poor
Dressed like she was
She had the nerve to ask me
If I planned to know the Lord
By MCab and Anonymous
Thanks for reading in April. I’ve got some fun things planned for May. I still say your comments and ideas are the best part of this site. Thanks for doing both. (As always, suggestions or book requests go to [email protected])