BY MATT COKER
Zombies are the it thing right now. It was vampires for a long time, but now it's gross zombies. Thanks "Walking Dead." Last year, I attempted to pitch a Vacation Bible School with a Zombie theme. I thought it was a perfect idea!
Here were the ideas I tweeted:
Every church has at least one. The man or woman who went to high school with Methuselah. The ones who believe that their personal preferences are what keep this church building standing.
I stopped going to church business meetings for about 5 years because there was always that one person there who refused to let the church update, change, or even repair anything -- and was an expert at convincing (i.e. strong-arming) others to agree with him.
It's heart-breaking, just as this song is a heart-breaking parody of "Let Her Go" by Passenger. Enjoy.
Kyle Bueermann | @kylebueermann
Sometimes I play the guitar and sing. And sometimes, I get really dumb ideas for really dumb parodies. Sometimes I think they're worth sharing. This one combines a couple of my favorite things: a Beatles' song and Sunday morning church.
For the record, I really am a Cowboys fan. But the truth is the truth.
Kyle Bueermann is a New Mexico pastor. He has been married to Michelle since 2004 and they have two kids who are far cooler than he will ever be. He takes his ministry, but not himself, seriously. In addition to his family and ministry, Kyle loves Johnny Cash and the Texas Rangers.You can contact him on Twitter at @kylebueermann.
A lot of us remember sneaking our Game Boy's into church when we were little (before the era of "children's church"), or crawling underneath the pews like army men, or just running in the sanctuary until we were stopped by our moms and often given a swat on the fanny.
Well, last year, our parody artists took to the topic and created this familiar story set to the tune of "The Fox" by Ylvis. Take a listen and then comment below with what toy you used to sneak into church!