Dear Fellow Christians, About This Christ Crutch We Use to Justify Foolery…

I just feel like I need to talk to my faith-similar folks for a second.

Dear Christians,

I’m a life-long Christian and I was raised by a village of protectors and guardians who included my Grandmother, a lover of the Lord (with all her heart and soul). She taught me that being a Christian is more than reading the Bible and wearing a crucifix around your neck. Honestly, it was simple: be a good person and put the energy you want to receive back into the world.

The Bible is a guide but you don’t need to be able to quote scriptures to be a good Christian. How you live is what really speaks of your faith, more than the words you spew. None of what Grandma taught me (and none of what I know is true) said “Use Jesus as your crutch and savior when you do or say something stupid.”

Jesus Flips Table gif

I’m so over these some of you so-called followers of Christ who bring His name up to defend your foolery. There’s countless examples of them, but I’ll just mention three. There’s the people of Westboro Baptist Church, who are committed to showing us that you can build a denomination based on the hate of all people who are different from you. They are the stubborn lice on all our scalps and what they stand for could not be anymore anti-Christ.

Then there’s folks like Antoine Dodson who say they’ve prayed their gay away and will do the same if their kids fall into the same trap. LAWD! Because THE GEIGH is apparently a bacteria and prayer is the antibiotics for it.

Of course, there’s the bride who decided to strap her baby to the back of her wedding dress. When criticized about it, she told us “we do what we want when we want long as Jesus on our side.” How does she know Jesus didn’t cross the street when He saw her coming?

We stay invoking the name of the Lord for our couthless behavior and that ain’t right. Matthew, Mark, Luke and John didn’t evangelize just for us to be out here using God as a “Get Out of Jail Free” card. I know Jesus paid for our sins but they didn’t break wonder bread at the Last Supper so we can be lying on Him like this.

Judging You gif

“Only God can judge you?” Nah, I can too.

A saint is just a sinner who fell down, right? Well some of us sinners fall down, stay there and then use God as the reason why we got on the floor. No ma’ams and sirs. You have free will too.

But you know what? We are being led astray because some of the people we’ve put in positions of authority to speak with God’s authority are liars and cheats. We’re playing “follow the leader” behind folks who are guiding us towards all types of dens of iniquity.

Like Pastor Jamal H. Bryant, who decided to throw “These hoes ain’t loyal” into one of his sermons. If he wants to talk about hoes who ain’t loyal, he better look in the mirror because his ex-wife (who he cheated on) would probably want to buy him a t-shirt with that phrase on it. OOPS. Yes, I went there. Google Maps directed me. If that ain’t the pot calling the kettle disloyal… I wrote about it for TheGrio so check that out.

Pot meet Kellte Black

Chile, I don’t have time. Alls I know is that you can’t represent hate, misogyny, discrimination and lack of common sense while saying you’re acting on behalf of Christ. Get some decorum about your lifespace.

Saints and Aints, let us live life well and good but please leave Sweet Alabaster 6 lb 10 oz Brown Baby Jesus out of your shenanigans. AMEN?? Amen. That is all.

Yours in Fellowship,


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  1. Dee
    June 4, 2014 at 1:00 pm

    I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: 99% of them time when someone says “Only God can judge me”, they are doing some ratchet mess…

    • circa1908
      September 12, 2014 at 8:35 am

      whenever I hear someone say “only God can judge me” in my head I say. I am a child of God and he wants me to tell you to stop it RIGHT NOW!!!!

  2. Cuba Libre
    June 4, 2014 at 1:02 pm

    I had to come outta lurking for this one.

    “Sweet Alabaster 6 lb 10 oz Brown Baby Jesus”…I’m officially laid out on the floor for the rest of the day.

    BTW, co-sign EVERYTHING you said. Brilliant!

  3. Yoki
    June 4, 2014 at 1:03 pm

    While I agree with some of your statements, one big piece most Christians miss is grace and forgiveness. If someone does something, they are forever tied to that. That’s not God. I think we do have an obligation to turn from ALL sin.

  4. June 4, 2014 at 1:07 pm


  5. Tamara Jenkins- Pettus
    June 4, 2014 at 1:15 pm

    And the truth SHALL SET YOU FREE!!! *cues praise and worship team, pulls out tambourine and begins to play that tambourine like NOBODY’S BIDNESS!!!… Thank you Sister Luvvie for those inspirational words for the day. 🙂 #CHUUUURCH

  6. M
    June 4, 2014 at 1:19 pm

    Let the doors of the church be opened. No need for benediction. Amen. Amen & Amen.

  7. Malcomisha X
    June 4, 2014 at 1:25 pm

    LORDT. When I read the title of this post I seriously thought it was about a crutch SHAPED like Christ that people were using to hobble around on LMAOOOO

  8. Kay
    June 4, 2014 at 1:26 pm

    “…you can’t represent hate, misogyny, discrimination and lack of common sense while saying you’re acting on behalf of Christ.” So very perfectly sums up the way I fell. Amen and a tamborine clap!

  9. Kay
    June 4, 2014 at 1:27 pm


  10. Kimmie
    June 4, 2014 at 1:30 pm

    “Matthew, Mark, Luke and John didn’t evangelize just for us to be out here using God as a “Get Out of Jail Free” card.” Yes lawd!!! Luvvie gets a cyber high five for this. I agree with the article totally but ma’am, I will be quoting you frequently on this.

  11. Laurie
    June 4, 2014 at 1:30 pm


  12. June 4, 2014 at 1:42 pm

    On the floor is where I will remain after that Jesus hulk smash gif!

    • Dani
      June 4, 2014 at 3:54 pm

      You’re gonna sit there and call it “Homosexual marriage” but say you aren’t judging. *LMAAAAAAAAAAAAAO* Oh, honey.

      • Don't Shoot the Messenger
        June 4, 2014 at 5:01 pm

        That’s exactly what it is. Referring to something by it’s proper name is not judging. Saying what God says about a thing isn’t judging either. I pray your eyes are opened soon.

        • ASNYC621
          June 5, 2014 at 10:22 pm

          I need you to stop expecting people to live according to the codes of illiterate peasants of Bronze Age Palestine. I happen to agree with you that all of the homophobia, misogyny, rape, slavery, and ethnic cleansing are in your sacred texts. I consider these to be works of fiction, but you do have the words of the Hebrew bible and the words attributed to Christ (and his followers) to back up your claim that hatred of women and gay people, for example, are there. Indeed, it wasn’t until the so-called Jesus of Nazareth came around that we had a concept of hell in the Abrahamic religions. I commend you for accepting that you believe in bigotry and that that bigotry is okay because your god says so. You’re better than people who pretend the Abrahamic god and his alleged son are all about nice things and loving everyone. At least you’re honest!

        • Zara Mikazuki
          June 6, 2014 at 11:33 am

          I don’t normally comment on blogs in general – this might be my first time in a while – but I had to comment to say THANK YOU.

          I also am an atheist, and I came from a Hindu background. While I started losing my Hindu faith, I was first looking for something else and read through other “holy books” like the Bible and Qu’ran. Naturally, that didn’t work out, hence where I am today.

          I have to thank the OP for being honest, that the so-called “holy books” look down on homosexuality. Because these “holy books” also are misogynistic and promoted slavery as well. In short, all sorts of cruelty and bigotry is accepatble because the Abrahamic god says it’s all okay. Don’t tell me that I’m lying. When I lost my Hindu faith, I was desperate for a replacement faith, so I read every single inch of every other holy book, including the Bible and Qu’ran. So I know just how hateful those books are, and that why I rejected them.

          At least Christians (and Muslims) who are anti-gay are being consistent with their books. While I’m glad that other Christians and Muslims may be pro-LGBT, they are NOT being honest to their book. AT ALL. Yet every time I talk about the Bible NOT being pro-gay as a homosexual atheist myself, I’m always shut down. By pro-gay Christians. I cannot understand how they can’t even understand the words in their own book – “homosexuality is an abomination”.

          End rant. I just felt the need to comment and vent since I finally found someone who agreed with me 🙂

          Ah, but using the same logic as the OP – just because I despise Christianity, Islam and other religions doesn’t mean I hate Christians and Muslims and other religious people……

          …..see how stupid that sounds? That’s exactly what you are saying, Mr./Ms. OP.

        • makeba
          June 9, 2014 at 4:21 pm

          Yaasss! ALL of this. Also, I need people to stop believing that their “beliefs” trump other people’s “rights”. You can believe whatever the hell you want, but it has nothing to do with other people’s rights.

  13. MrsBrown0526
    June 4, 2014 at 2:11 pm

    Well I never! For your information, my hazelnut colored Jesus says that I don’t have to listen to anyone who’s beliefs differ from mine in the slightest, makes me uncomfortable and/or encourages me examine my own shortcomings.

    I will pray for your eternal soul and hope that a thousand home perms do not fall onto your freshly scratched scalp because of your outright defiance of all that is holy.

    Best wishes in select Christiandom!

  14. Lynne
    June 4, 2014 at 3:23 pm

    Lort Please in the Might Name Of Jesus continue to bless Luvvie – she is always taken the words right out of my mouth and just makes my spirits just SHOUT HI-LAY-LU-YAHHHHHHHH-& we go continue to pray one for another- IN ALL THINGS WE ASK AMEN & AMEN- NOW THE DOORS OF THE CHUCH IS OPEN COME AS U ARE!!!!

  15. Mellie
    June 4, 2014 at 3:58 pm

    While I love you lots and agree wholeheartedly with almost everything you had to say, I have to interject and say that Christianity is not about being good, because, seriously, how do we define good against the awesomeness that is God. Rather, it is about grace and looking to Jesus as our role model. I think this is where so many people miss the mark and end up breaking His heart. Jesus was not about calling women ‘hoes, nor was he about maligning people who are homosexual. I can’t even go there with Miss Shona and ‘nem, because that was utter foolishness. Unfortunately, “calling” on the name of Jesus has become a total rhetorical crutch for people who want to justify their actions. The sad truth is that if half of these people would, I don’t know, READ an actual scripture or verse, they would realize the truth. Like sheep to the slaughter, they are being led….

    I know this feels like a diatribe, but my the passion of my heart is for people who don’t feel “good” enough to come to know that Jesus isn’t who He has been made out to be (they lied on Him). Few things break my heart more than people feel like they wouldn’t be accepted by God because of their lifestyle. The rest of those folk, ie, Shona, Jamal…I have no words.

    • Londa
      June 5, 2014 at 11:22 am

      I like what you have to say. Very good way to put it.

    • ASNYC621
      June 5, 2014 at 10:54 pm

      While the words attributed to the so-called Jesus of Nazareth do not include the word “hoe,” he did not have any love for women who were accused of adultery and discarded by their husbands. Back in those times, women were never believed about anything, so being accused of adultery meant you were put out on the street at worst. What did Jesus have to say about hoes who ain’t loyal? According to Mat 5:31-32, Jesus says that if a man divorces his wife for not being chaste, anyone who marries her is an adulterer. I encourage you to try to think of how much a woman in that age would suffer: being outcast, losing her children, being homeless, and being deemed utterly worthy of love because her husband accused her of cheating. Jesus doesn’t even make room for the alleged adulteress to repent and get into anyone’s good graces. Nope, she’s tarnished for good.

      I know this is going to feel like a diatribe, but it really bothers me when someone like you expresses pity and heartbreak for those of us who’re atheists, deists, or practice a religion other than your own simply because we don’t believe in Jesus. Frankly, it is bigoted. Would you go up to a Hindu or Sikh person and express your pity for them. I certainly hope not. I don’t believe in your god, I’m quite fine with myself, and I find the concept of religion immoral. I’m a student of religion and am well familiar with the sacred texts of many religions. So, it isn’t that atheists like me or Hindus just don’t know Jesus that well, it is that we don’t believe in your god or the notion of the Christ.

      I’m only making an issue of this because Christian chauvinism is behind the assaults on reproductive rights of women (this will hit poor and women of color hardest), the reason gay people live as second-class citizens, and it is being used to oppress people everywhere (Bush invaded Iraq because, in part, he thought he was fulfilling a biblical story) to this very day. Those are not small things. Love your Jesus all you want, but please don’t think he or his beliefs should in any way impact the life of those who don’t want it. Feelings of “pity” and “passion” for non-Christians lead to the disastrous policies of “civilizing the heathen” because they (African slaves and indigenous people of the Americas) would go to hell otherwise. This still persists and by participating in Christian chauvinism you are, no matter how far removed, is hurting somebody, somewhere because someone wants to “fix” another people or persons. I would ask you to take that into consideration.

      • AEG
        July 2, 2014 at 2:12 pm

        I just wanted to comment about your reference of Matthew 5:31-32… you said that Jesus didnt have any love for an adulterous wife per what he says in these scriptures. However, let me lead you to Mark 10:2-12 the question is asked should a man divorce his wife.. it was written in the old testament very specific rules about divorce and how all of that works. The people of Israel had been disheartened and disobedient. Divorce regardless is stating as commiting adultery… period … the man and the woman are both guilty. Marriage is a sacred (or is supposed to be) institution brought together by God. In marriage men and women have specific roles as well. So if the harshness of how divorce was handled back in Christ day seem hateful, I can understand your view on that. But everything was harsh back then. As a Christian, I’m not out here trying to stone people, burn them in furnaces and all that other crazy stuff. The Bible is a tool, a map or guide along this journey called life. It is our daily bread the nourishment for our souls. Divorce, itself, was never the idea or the plan.
        I agree with you that there are a lot of Christians out here that pushing religion in folks face, and that is a major turn off for most people. But as my Pastor always says, Jesus didnt come and die for religion, but for relationship. There are many people out there that are missing this vital part of the puzzle and view The Bible as a book of rules and regulations, which is why there are soooo many leglistic and judgemental Christians. The Bible is pretty much whatever you need it to be but it allows you to get know God greatest of all of these. And just like in any relationship, you have to get to know someone first before you can truly love them. What have I learned from the Bible…. God is greater, more powerful, more advanced and complex than my little brain can even try to fully comprehend (and this goes for all of us). The greatest and most powerful thing that Jesus commanded for us to do was simply to love.

  16. onlychyld
    June 4, 2014 at 4:04 pm

    Don’t mind me, I’m only here for Sister Beulah’s fried chicken.

  17. Mellie
    June 4, 2014 at 4:04 pm

    *the passion* not my the passion…only three hours sleep in about 30 hours!

  18. Soso212
    June 4, 2014 at 4:16 pm

    I agree with all but one statement (Antoine Dodson). You clearly read the Bible, therefore if the act of homosexuality is a sin, and someone claims that God freed them from that…how is that using Christ as a crutch?

    • June 4, 2014 at 4:18 pm

      The bible says a lot of things we all partake in is a sin (i.e. eating bacon, getting tattoos). But for Antoine and others like him to write off a whole section of the population’s love choice as some affliction ain’t what God is about. This isn’t something I will engage in debate about either.

      • Soso212
        June 4, 2014 at 4:42 pm


      • Mellie
        June 4, 2014 at 5:11 pm

        LuvBug (can I call you LuvBug??)…big high-five on your response…don’t even engage.

      • June 6, 2014 at 2:49 pm

        You are misunderstanding those requirements about not eating pork and not getting tattoos. God forbade the Israelites from doing a lot of things that aren’t sinful in and of themselves. However, they were a common practice of the pagan nations around them. These practices were done to serve and worship the false gods that they worshiped. God wanted them to be set apart for Himself. He wanted them to be a holy nation. Context and culture is very important when understanding the Old Testament laws.

        Also, I will say that the Bible clearly says that homosexuals will have their part in the lake of fire. It’s abundantly clear (1 Corinthians 6:9-11) But the thing is, homosexuality (from the decision to pursue people of the same sex to the act of homosexual sex itself)is not any different from any other sin. There is grace for homosexuals to change, just like there is grace for fornicators to change. God loves them all, but hates their sin, whether they think it’s love or not. And about choice, I would say that a lot of the time, being homosexual isn’t necessarily a choice, but it is a condition resulting from the twisting of desires because of our sinful DNA. We are born with sin tendencies. Some people may struggle with lust, but others don’t. Some people may struggle with lying, but others don’t. Some people may struggle with homosexual desires, but others don’t. The end goal isn’t even for the homosexual to change, it is for all people to know Christ and to be sanctified and purified. This means that you do away with the things of old and become more like Christ. It all comes down to a heart issue, whether you act upon those impulses or not. If you have a sinful heart and a darkened mind, then you need to be given a new heart and your mind needs to be renewed. The only way this can happen is by truly knowing the Lord personally.

        If anyone has any questions about how to do this feel free to message me:

  19. pup
    June 4, 2014 at 4:33 pm

    Grabs my cane, straightens up, and does a church shout!

    Luvvie….girl……YOU BETTA PREACH!!!!!

  20. Don't Shoot the Messenger
    June 4, 2014 at 5:20 pm

    “”>The Network:  

    If homosexuality is a sin, why didn’t Jesus ever mention it?

    Question: “If homosexuality is a sin, why didn’t Jesus ever mention it?”Answer: Many who support same-sex marriage and gay rights argue that, since Jesus never mentioned homosexuality, He did not consider it to be sinful. After all, the argument goes, if homosexuality is bad, why did Jesus treat it as a non-issue?It is technically true that Jesus did not specifically address homosexuality in the Gospel accounts; however, He did speak clearly about sexuality in general. Concerning marriage, Jesus stated, “At the beginning the Creator ‘made them male and female,’ and said, ‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh[.]’ So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate” (Matthew 19:4–6). Here Jesus clearly referred to Adam and Eve and affirmed God’s intended design for marriage and sexuality.For those who follow Jesus, sexual practices are limited. Rather than take a permissive view of sexual immorality and divorce, Jesus affirmed that people are either to be single and celibate or married and faithful to one spouse of the opposite gender. Jesus considered any other expression of sexuality sinful. This would include same-sex activity.Also, are we to believe that any and every action is good unless Jesus specifically forbade it? The goal of the Gospels was not to give us a comprehensive list of sinful activities, and there are many obvious sins that are not found in the “red letter” section of the Bible. Kidnapping, for example. Jesus never specifically said that kidnapping was a sin, yet we know that stealing children is wrong. The point is that Jesus did not need to itemize sin, especially when the further revelation contained in the Epistles removes all doubt as to homosexuality’s sinfulness.Scripture is clear that believers are to have nothing to do with sexual immorality: “Flee from sexual immorality. All other sins a person commits are outside the body, but whoever sins sexually, sins against their own body” (1 Corinthians 6:18). Sexual immorality, whether same-sex activity or otherwise, is a sin against a person’s own body.It is important to note that sexual immorality, including same-sex activity, is listed alongside other sins in Scripture, indicating that God does not rank one sin as worse than another. While the consequences of some sins are greater than others, Scripture often simply lists sins side by side. For example, Jesus said, “Out of the heart come evil thoughts—murder, adultery, sexual immorality, theft, false testimony, slander” (Matthew 15:19–20; see also Romans 1:24–31).The Bible teaches that followers of Jesus are to practice sexual purity, and that includes abstaining from same-sex activity. In addition, unbelievers who practice homosexuality stand in need of salvation just like any other unbeliever. Christians are called to pray for those who do not know Christ, to serve others in love, and to share the message of Jesus with all people, including those involved in homosexuality.Recommended Resources: 101 Frequently Asked Questions About Homosexuality by Mike Haley and Logos Bible Software.Read more:

    • deprogrammed
      June 5, 2014 at 12:34 am

      Not to put too fine a point on it, but this the problem, not with faith, but with religion. When it comes to what’s in the Bible, you have to remember that a group of mortal men got together to make that decision; and those decisions favored THEM. Don’t forget that if an apostle’s word is not the same as God’s word (yeah I got the red letter reference). And if homosexuality is a sin, that is a sexual preference; if the person is celibate, is he still a sinner? Unmarried people having sex are sinners too, right? Ooh, what about the male/female pairing who like a little reciprocal back-door action?

      Because whenever mortal man gets involved, situations become subject to personal interpretation; and because history favors the historian, let’s leave this for the Ultimate Judge, shall we?

    • me
      March 9, 2016 at 4:52 pm

      yes actually he did mention it itsi n exodus..

  21. Quitha
    June 4, 2014 at 6:09 pm

    Amen and Amen!

  22. mary burrell
    June 4, 2014 at 6:39 pm

    “Fix It Jesus”

  23. Mimi
    June 4, 2014 at 8:38 pm

    Your post touches on the reason why I hope that I am around, when He rises again.
    One: I am curious about his physical appearance. But something tells me that Jesus will most likely find comfort in pairs of low cut Converses and jeans. *shrugs*

    Two: His opinion about His faithful followers. He’ll probably go on a world-wide tour titled “I didn’t say that. When did I say that?”

    • Cyn
      June 13, 2014 at 3:02 pm

      You sayed me with: “He’ll probably go on a world-wide tour titled “I didn’t say that. When did I say that?”

      Say it again Ms. Mimi! ! !

  24. Oceangift
    June 4, 2014 at 9:03 pm

    *shrugs* and says “fix it Jesus”.

  25. Deja
    June 4, 2014 at 9:27 pm

    i dont pretend to know much about the Bible, but i believe it says people shouldnt judge or condemn others. even more than the blog, i agree with Luvvies response in the comment section. none of us are perfect and we all sin on the daily. and if you believe in certain sins, then you should also believe that there will come a time when people will have to answer to their higher power.

    as for having the right to speak what you believe, speak your peace, and then move on with your life.

  26. deprogrammed
    June 5, 2014 at 12:35 am

    *shouting, cane on the pew, wig on the floor*

  27. June 5, 2014 at 1:20 am

    Girl, I love you for this. Jesus chucked up the deuces on that baby draggin’ lady for real.

  28. Mamasup
    June 5, 2014 at 8:26 am

    Waaal (southern version of well). You better preach preacher!

  29. circa1908
    June 5, 2014 at 1:47 pm

    I aint attending this church no more. Your choir is just average. I need a choir that will fill me with the steppin, falling over, slap your momma Holy Ghost

  30. June 5, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    haha well i guess you must be purrrfect there miss.who cares what anyone else is doing your the nosey one that needs to grow up so clearly this blog should be about the dos and donts of getting involved in other peoples lives. so what if i go to church and so what if im a sinner EVERYONE is and i least i keep going back no matter what happens.. your the only lier and cheat i know so keep going on and on your blog is so phoney and you should clearly look at your self in the mirror. and see who the real person is….you dont know me and i dont care what you all think.. you have a pretty boreing life i must say.. get a life and stop being so nosey i have this and ALL your other blogs so dont worry your ugly ass off i got you covered. and so does god…im trying hard not to say anything nasty a year ago i would have but 2 wrongs dont make a right and ive learned one thing WHO CARES REALLY !!!!!!! IM ON TO YOU GIRL OR MAYBE YOUR A GUY love ya and your nosey articles i have to laugh cuz your the one who clearly needs to get a life.. GOD HELP THIS POOR SOUL hahaha bless you

    • June 5, 2014 at 4:18 pm

      HATE ??? its not in my vocabulary.. MAYBE YOUR TALKING ABOUT YOU.. i can never hate anyone and i never will so lets get on thing straight your full of lies and gossip and i find it very funny to say the least. what shall it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his own soul ???? HUH !!!!!!!!!!!! we are all sinners but does that make you better than us. and me better than you ??? NOOOOOO we are all human beings who sin even the best of christians sin but they keep going back to church and keep trying and thats all god wants is to try .. when was the last time you went to church loooovie ??? i go every sunday and ya know what its better thasn your church or nowhere. god says love your neighbour and your enemies and it may be hard but i do love all people might not agree with what they say or do but each to there own and i love my life .. your only job in life seems to be messing around with other peoples lives and you dont jugde ??? HUMMMMMM thats all i seem to read about is what you think someone else should or should not be doing . WHO CARES!!!! GET A REAL JOB where you have to actually work hard and get an honest pay cheque. Now maybe in judging you !!! HUMMMMMMM its not good to run people down no matter what, so grow up and sooner or later like god says be sure your suns will find you out have an awesome day looooovie oh oh oh god bless you and keep your beautiful self good my looooovie xoxoxo

      • Mimi
        June 5, 2014 at 9:30 pm

        Someone’s been drinking calabashes of palm wine before typing their message.

        • Donna Jo
          June 8, 2014 at 10:16 pm

          Mimi you got me dead@ calabashes of wine! Jesus be a dictionary…or a spell check app

        • frenchie
          October 30, 2014 at 3:46 pm

          MIMI!!! ROFLMAO too funny!

  31. Comeletstalk
    June 5, 2014 at 5:28 pm

    Preach!!!…yes the irony. You are on point as always!

  32. Ra
    July 7, 2014 at 3:44 pm

    This is my FAVORITE example of using God as your Crutch-O-Foolery


  33. September 12, 2014 at 8:39 am

    “Get some decorum about your lifespace.” New t-shirt please.

    Fellowship in the hall afterward. Get some of that zucchini bread early, because it is gonna be gone FAST.

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  35. Shametra L.
    December 20, 2015 at 2:16 am

    I just found your site and after binge reading errrthang (almost) I want to use the Christ Crutch phrase and article and give you credit where credit is due. (This says so much without even saying it all. You took it to church and have them learning in the pews.)