Friday, March 14, 2014

Southwest Christian Church


Notice that clever little warning about well...uh...going to hell?

20 comments:

William Kendall said...

There's that expression: go to heaven for the weather, hell for the company.

Jack said...

That one sends a shiver up my spine.

Randy said...

Too funny. I do love William's comments.

Kate said...

I don't believe that for a minute; there are too many variables in life to be able to make such a blanket statement.

Small City Scenes said...

So what will your decision determine ?
MB

Small City Scenes said...

Did I say that right???

llandudnopictures said...

I love the depth of this image... not sure about the depth of the message though ;-)

EG CameraGirl said...

Hmmm.I wonder why churches think fear tactics work.

hamilton said...

so one wrong decision could forever change your afterlife? no forgiveness?

Halcyon said...

Hmmmm... not sure what to say here. Interesting message.

Judy said...

Designed to get one thinking I guess.
That border station is the international border between Canada and the US on the Alaska highway. When we went into Canada we were asked how long we would be there and we made the mistake of saying a week. We then were sent to immigration and spent two hours having everything in our vehicle searched.

Sharon Anck said...

I'd rather think the statement is more about life than is about, well, you know.

Kay said...

Some seem to find comfort in a very black and white approach to things. All or nothing. I haven't seen life unfold like that.

Bibi said...

Sometimes I think I might....

RedPat said...

Just make a good act of confession and you are on your way up - or so I was taught by the nuns! ;-)

cieldequimper said...

I'd prefer it to be about life!

Birdman said...

I've spent my whole life in Maine. I might like a little 'warmth'. hahahaha

Beth @ E. Lizard Breath Speaks said...

love the clouds. looks like a gorgeous day!! thank you for linking up to InSPIREd Sunday. nice to meet you, i am one of the hosts, Beth from "E. Lizard Breath Speaks" ... have a lovely week. take care. ( :

Leif Hagen said...

I think they meant Heaven, Lowell! Blast from the past! We have not yet brought our English Cream Golden Retriever Elsa to church with us.....

VP said...

That building is a triumph of geometry!

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