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On The Lighter Side

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Church Services Of The Future - Electronic Worship.
A Nun Grading Papers - Humorous answers.
More Holy Humor - Short humorous stories.
Staying Safe - Statistically some places are safer than others.
Who Say Religion Can't Be Funny? - On the lighter side.
Godly Humor - On the lighter side.
30 Books Of The Bible - Can you find all 30 books?
Christian One Liners - A bit of humor and a bit of wisdom
Letters To God - Children write to God
Church Signs - Not your everyday signs
Candidates For Church Leader - Who's your choice?
Bible Lessons from Sunday School - Not your typical Sunday School lessons
Christian Humor - Humorous Short Stories
Top Ten Signs That Indicate You Might Be An Orthodox Christian - See How Many Apply To You
Church Bulletin Bloopers - Words can mislead
Which Is The Tradition? - A humorous tale about tradition
Why English Is Difficult To Learn - Words can be deceiving
English Is A Crazy Language - Humerous Phrases
What Would People Say? - Three Clergy Pick Their Eulogys
Letters To A Priest - Letters With A Twist
The Things That Kids Say - Out of the Mouths of Babes
Children's Bible - An Unpublished Version
I Stand At The Door - When a Priest Comes Visiting
Great Truths About Life - On the lighter side of life
What Children Say! - Short stories with a youthful point of view.
Bits And Pieces! - Short Humorous Tales.
Holy Humor! - Short One Liners.
Explanation Of God! - One Child's Interpretation.
Inner Strength! - Does This Describe You?
Baptizing A Drunk - Did You Find Jesus?
More Church Bulletin Bloopers - Be careful what you write
Children In Church - Not exactly established doctrine
More Children In Church - Not exactly established doctrine
The Golden Telephone - It's a local call
Thou Shall Not Drink - A River Of Booze
The Bible Thru The Eyes Of A Child - Not your standard translation