I have been on the road again. This time to north central Arkansas for a niece’s graduation. Got to enjoy some awesome fishing while up there too. I also was able to swing by and spend Mother’s Day with my mom in Greenville, MS.
Back in my office I just read the latest issue of Preaching magazine. Michael Duduit, the editor-in-chief wonders in his article on the back page what if airlines were like churches.
Catholic Airlines- In the event of a problem, your overhead compartment will open and rosary beads will drop down.
Baptist Airlines- We don’t serve any alcohol, but we have a great “dinner on the concourse”.” Just bring along a covered dish with you e-ticket.
Seventh-Day Adventist Airlines- We only fly on Saturday.
Christian Church Airlines- We fly planes the way they used to fly planes!
Presbyterian Airlines- All worshippers shall remain in an upright and locked position.
Episcopal Airlines- We will take off as soon as we decide who owns the planes.
Church of Christ Airlines- Those other guys arn’t real airlines. We’re the only real airline.
Pentecostal Airlines- The flight attendant will present the safety information in an unknown tongue, requiring another flight attendant to interpret.
Evangelistic Airlines- If we don’t have a full flight, we go out and get some more!
Calvinist Airlines- When your destination already has been decided.
Arminian Airlines- Even after you’re on board, you can still get bumped from the flight.
Secular Humanist Airlines- We’ve got a plane full of people, but no place to go!
Have any to add?