Tuesday, November 15, 2005
I'm on fire!
Whenever I see a marquee like this one, I can't help but analyzing it by asking two questions:
1. What are they trying to say?
2. Who is the intended audience?
I've been wracking my brains with this one, and the best I can come up with is:
1. You better get to church or you know where you'll be going to next.
2. Guilt-ridden ex-churchgoers.
I really can't imagine someone who's never known Jesus driving by that sign, slamming on the brakes (doing a 180-degree turn in the middle of the road), turning into the parking lot and asking to be saved.
I can almost see (not really, but work with me here) someone having a lot of guilt about not going to church and this pushing them over the edge.
I'm not sure why I always think these signs are trying to say something about going to church (as opposed to searching for God or trying to know Jesus).
Either way, I don't think it's the way I'd try to reach people, but that's just me.
And yes, that is the same sign as I talked about in my previous post. Guess they've ignored my pleas. Or maybe they don't read my blog. (No, that can't be it.)
Quote of the Day
I'm glad someone is creating charts about being incarnational.
-Greg Newton, Travelers Blog