funny church bulletin bloopers

Church bulletin typos can be some of the funniest things you’ll ever read. Here is a collection of funny church bulletin bloopers that I have compiled for your enjoyment.

Funny Church bulletin bloopers

Warning: This post may force you to thoroughly examine every church bulletin, hope and even pray that your church has a funny typo or mistake and may lead to uncontrollable laughter. However, despite all of that, this post will also give you an appreciation for editors and the people within your church who catch the mistakes before they become printed and distributed. 

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spiritual pathway

Our individual uniqueness means we will all experience God’s presence and learn to relate to Him in different ways, in ways that correspond to the wiring patterns He Himself created in us.  We call this our spiritual pathway.

It is great to recognize our spiritual pathway (to discover what yours is go here) but how do we use this information to help us experience God’s closeness?

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spiritual pathways

Spiritual pathways have to do with the way we most naturally sense God’s presence and experience spiritual growth.  Our individual uniqueness means we will all experience God’s presence and learn to relate to him in different ways.   We all have at least one pathway that comes most easily to us.  We also have one or two that are the most unnatural and require a lot of stretching for us to pursue.

There is enormous freedom in identifying and embracing our spiritual pathway.  We don’t have to beat ourselves up or feel guilty because of what is not our pathway.  We can focus on relating to God in that way for which we were made, while at the same time recognizing our need to stretch in certain areas that don’t come so naturally to us.

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money

Money is a limited resource for most of us (unless of course you are BIll Gates or Mark Zuckerberg).  Since it is a limited resource we must discern how we spend it.  We must discern what is going to bring us the greatest satisfaction with our discretionary money: Should we spend our money on experiences or things?  According to some recent research the answer is experiences.

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slowing down

Slowing down is very difficult for the average person.  We live in a culture that pushes us to our limits.  I would argue that most of us are living at an unsustainable pace.  It’s insane what is considered normal today. Our whole life is spent running from one thing to another.  We are always tired and we are not experiencing true rest. This is not the way to live life!  We need to slow down but that is easier said than done.

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we need others

We need others who are going to be there for us in the inevitable crises of life. When we’re waiting for the bad news or when we’re weeping when we got the bad news, we need others to be there for us. There are many situations in life that nobody should ever have to go through alone.

Nobody should ever have to sit alone in a hospital waiting during a life or death surgery. No woman should have to wait alone while she’s waiting back for a lab test from a problem pregnancy. No one should ever have to stand at an open grave alone. No man or woman should ever have to spend the first night alone when his wife dies or her husband dies. I could go on and on and on.

We were not meant to face the crises of life alone.

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we need others

We need others to watch out for us.  We need people who will defend us, who will protect us and who will stand up for us. We need people who will help us stay on track and who will warn us. Philippians 2:4 says this, “Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interests of others.” Now that’s a counter cultural statement because in North America, everybody says, “It’s all about me. It’s all about my needs, my interests, my hurts, and the rest of you, forget you because really it’s all about me.” And yet the Bible says, “Look out for one another’s interests.”

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