Stuff Christians Say



  • 2013-04-01T21:23:02


  • 2013-04-01T15:34:12

We may have all laughed at this, but knowing what we do and how we come across to others, we should really recognize how close to the world the Church really is. Using less "flavor" in our cuss words doesn't bring others to the Lord but a godly life which causes them to wonder. Let's take a step back and re-examine how we represent Christ and make a change in His direction so others will come to Him and not laugh at our foolishness but truly see God for who He is and his passion for those who don't know him.

  • 2013-03-19T22:12:40

I am sure God is laughing at this... this is hilarious.

  • 2013-02-24T22:40:14

Thank- You Lincoln Adam,. well, said Sir,.. well said.

  • 2013-02-21T05:36:50

So true.

  • 2013-02-04T17:08:01

I was laughing at "Blessed AMusement" on Facebook...totally check it out! makes me's like Christian cartoons... Blessed Amusement

  • 2013-02-02T04:01:59

This was made for us to laugh at? There is nothing funny about this. Why are you guys laughing in your comments? This should be given to us as a warning that we are nipping at the heals of worldly people. Does God not convict people anymore? Whether you like it or not we are sinners. Jesus rescued us and we should not take that lightly. Is He laughing at this? Wake up!

  • 2013-01-15T04:37:09


  • 2013-01-13T17:14:55

Darcy Levage Friesen -- Have you ever studied "laughter" in the Bible? It's not pretty. It is usally laughing to scorn or laughing in mockery. I agree that for some reason God has made laughter "feel good" when we do it. It is even healing at times BUT, we should always be very cautious about the "target" of our laughter. Are "blonde" jokes funny? Maybe if you're not blonde -- but should they be? (probably not -- why? because they target a sterotype that is so often untrue and always to someone's denegration). I watched this video and it does have a ring of truth to it but honestly when I think about the "heart" BEHIND the predictable "I echo that prayer", "Want to join my cell group?", etc type comments - it is no longer "funny". Yes we Christians have a sub-culture that screams of predictability. I personally find a little predictability comforting. Just my two cents -- God Bless.

  • 2013-01-11T08:54:43

This video is so funny!

  • 2013-01-09T04:54:03

Wayne, I'd have to say that I don't believe it is necessarily the job of a critic or satirist to suggest solutions. They bring up an interesting point for us to think about, and then it is up to us to self reflect and change or not change accordingly (of course some jargon will always be present). I think the intended audience was Christians, and to the non-Christians who see it, I think some on this very forum have mentioned that they actually respect that Christians can laugh at themselves from time to time. EJ

  • 2013-01-09T00:26:08

I love this! A well done spoof on the christian vocabulary. These guys brought it! It's great to poke fun but let's not forget the real point of fellowship and small groups... It's still time with God.

  • 2013-01-09T00:22:41

These guys brought it. We Christians do have a weird vocabulary. It's cool to poke fun but let's not forget the real point of fellowship and small groups... God still wants to meet us there!

  • 2013-01-05T16:29:28

Haha this video is hilarious, love it! "Echo!"

  • 2013-01-05T00:50:28

I'm on the fence with this one. I'm laughing but not sure I should be... or shouldn't be?

  • 2013-01-04T18:55:30

Using the "cop-outs" was kinda the point though

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