Monday, September 27, 2010

PT Cruiser evangelist

14 comments:

EG Wow said...

I was just telling my husband yesterday about the Good-News -on-Wheels evangelists in your neighbourhood. :)

Halcyon said...

Is this the female mid-life crisis car?

Olivier said...

"All You Need Is Love" ;)

Small City Scenes said...

verrry interesting!! I ponder upon this scene and wonder about Evangelists---but not for long. MB

SRQ said...

Cruisin' and spreading the good word in style.

Jim Klenke said...

at least its pretty.

Daryl said...

So did you call the # on the window?

Cezar and Léia said...

Amazing and blessed work! :)
And adorable decoration, isn't it?
Hugs
Léia

lizziviggi said...

It's a cute way to spread the word... I doubt it changes any minds, though!

Jarart said...

Looks like a spotless car except for the artwork on the window. I could write my name in the dirt on my truck, but I don't.

Memphis MOJO said...

It's a little presumptuous for that person to think I'm interested in their brand of religion. Because it's not going to change anyone's views, why do they bother? Maybe it makes them feel good about themselves???

Gunn said...

Well, I hope you take a photo of the owners one day.
Clear message, and a unique way to advertise.
here i have mainly seen political messages.

Tricia said...

The preacher I work w/ drives a PT Cruiser, too! That's funny!

Frank said...

I still remember your great evangelist vehicle from some time back that was kind of scary with its "messaging" approach. Poor little PT Cruiser. Having to do the work of the Lord in a hot, steamy parking lot.

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