Sometimes, my mind wonders. Once I wondered about “Wouldn’t it be funny if a particular situation happened”. The thing is, there would have to be a biblical basis for the trouble was created?
That led to the post 10 ways to create trouble in church… but being biblical about it! – After some ideas from @DavidSJAustin on Twitter, I wondered if there more ideas for the Biblically minded trouble maker…
If you are still in a trouble making mood, and looking for more ideas – then check out our following list:
Call down fire from Heaven.*
Busy Church service? Make a hole in your Church roof to ensure people can get a good view of the speaker.**
Answer the criticism of Biblically inaccurate Hollywood movies, by putting on a Biblically accurate live drama of, The Song of Songs.
Bring your sleeping bag to Church. (Dropped down through the ceiling).
Have a fig tree in or near the Church grounds? Take a cutting, plant it properly, and bring it to Church. If anyone asks, explain you are trying to redeem it as you’re worried its cursed.
Bring your donkey to Church.***
Share honey with people at Church. If they ask where it came from, tell them you found it in a lion carcass.
Bring your dead granny to Church and ask the vicar to raise her up.
Church leader preaching on Noah? Get the taps running. ****
Cover yourself in cornflakes and ring a bell, shouting “unclean, unclean”.
*You may get some odd looks if you do this. ** Heavy tools may be needed.
*** Could get messy.
**** Remember, Life jackets could be useful if the doors are shut.*****
***** Are these stars getting silly now?
Obviously the sofa takes no responsibility for anything you do as a result of reading this. Ever.
We’ve all been there. You know everyone is having fun, but you cant help but feel a little bored. For some reason you can’t find anything to occupy your brain with. Well, when you’re away from home, this can be rubbish. Therefore The Church Sofa has put together this little wheel spinner, to help you decide what to do, if you’re bored at a Christian Festival.