I just had to share this hilarious, albeit a smack down commentary, skit from this week’s Saturday Night Live. We, in the first world, do complain a whole hell of a lot about really small stuff when we put it up to a mirror against the rest of the world.
Thank you SNL for a perspective.
Only one word can describe this video…AWESOME!!! Spread it around and remember…preach like the preacher you could preach like!
This is great because its so true it hurts. See what I done, I messed up sentences in a smart way to makes meself look dumb. I like this video ALOT!
POTTER TOWNSHIP, CENTRE COUNTY – Police have arrested a third person in connection with the murder of Samuel Boob.
Boob was shot and killed at his home in Potter Township, Centre County, on the morning of August 23rd, 2009.
Kermit Butts, 26, of Madisonburg, is accused of driving the suspected killer to and from the crime scene on the morning of the killing. He was charged with aggravated assault and assisting a murder suspect and placed in the Centre County Prison.
Police believe that Butts drove Ronald Heichel to the Boob home and picked him up later in the day on August 23rd, 2009. Police believe Heichel shot Sam Boob twice with a shotgun and killed him. Heichel was charged with 1st degree murder.
The victim’s wife, Mirinda Boob, is accused of working with Heichel to have her husband killed. Police say they have text messages that were sent between her and Heichel, proving that the two were working together to kill Samuel. She has been charged with conspiracy to commit murder.
HT: Neatorama, link to article.
This made me laugh…and I have only worshiped like this at the National Youth Workers Convention. But I think every “style” of worship could be framed the same way. (HT: My bro-in-law via FB). Enjoy your moment of Growtivation.
“Sunday’s Coming” Movie Trailer from North Point Media on Vimeo.
Over at the Itinerant Ministry Discussion Group on FaceBook, John Feagins compares the commercials by Ally Bank to the UMC system. Here are some of my favorites.
This one is a good model on congregational development and the parachute drop method of starting new churches.
I thought they were pretty good.