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In Uncategorized on June 28, 2005 at 2:03 pm

meet me at “the G spot”

on saturday evening kellie and i, along with our friend erik kerr, made our way down to the emergence gathering on the south shore. as we encircled the city on I-95 we talked about our respective churches, our allusive vocations and other emerging churches we had visited.

during the latter part of our conversation erik mentioned that he had visited an emerging church that once met in warwick, rhode island. he said great things about the congregation and wondered whether their leaders had anything to do with the worship service we were planning to attend. erik said the only funny thing about the church was the name. when i inquired about the name his face broke out into a rather mischievous grin. “it was called the grace spot.” “what’s so odd about that,” i countered. “nothing” he admitted, “except for the fact that their logo was a large circle in which was a upper case, bold font G with the word ‘spot’ scrawled underneath.” at this point the three of us cracked up and kellie mentioned that “only conservative Christians could make such an oversight.” to this, erik replied, “early on their attendance was remarkably high.”

this morning, while dr. james, rhys and i laughed about the g spot we started rattling off the worst church names we have ever heard. of all of the ones i have run across, the g spot is the worst. the good dr. says that the worst he has ever heard of is the backside redemption church that meets in Maine.

ready to waste time? here is your assignment: let us in on the worst church names you have ever heard. by the end of the afternoon (5 p.m. e.s.t.) we are going to compile an all-time top five list. if anyone unseats the g spot, which is currently slotted at #1, they will receive the coveted “poo dollar.”

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