Sunday, July 31, 2005

Sunday Morning Sermon

I have oldwhitelady at It's Morning Somewhere to thank for this deliciously inpirational link. Head on over to Landover Baptist Church, "Where the Worthwhile Worship", to get your pray on, and don't miss getting acquainted with Mrs. Betty Bowers, America's Best Christian™. I feel more holier-than-thou already, praise God!

12 comments:

wanda said...

Mrs Betty reminds me of that neighbor lady who stips off her seersucker suit and streaks naked across the back yard to ravish the pool guy. Still wearing her ever present string of pearls.

Alicia said...

'String of pearls' is right!

The Voice said...

I love both of those sites Alicia.

J

Alicia said...

Me too, J - I spent hours on them today and I still haven't seen everything! A labor of love for sure.

G said...

The world's best Christian???!!!

So much for a religion of hypocrisy. Then again, they sold out long ago with televangelism, so I guess that moniker is just a natural progression.

Hey, we all have our skeletons. Makes me wonder what World's Best might be ...

Alicia said...

Actually, I believe she is America's Best Christian - there is probably a large difference!

Alicia said...

Well, maybe I'm not saved, but my comment seems to be!

G said...

America's best Christian ...

Guess that means a drug habit would be okay ... really I am fascinated by what her skeletons may be.

Former Best Liberace was gay, Jimmy Swaggert had a thing for prostitutes, and Lord only knows what Fred Phelps has done.

Hmmm ...

Alicia said...

Well, if we apply the Inverse Republican Rule of Proportion, which states that the more you point your finger and condemn others the worse your own private behavior is likely to be, this would mean she has some kind of Jeffrey Dahmer action going on, I'd guess...

Robert Rouse said...

Okay, I'm convinced Betty Bowers is really Dan Aykroyd in disguise. That's some good stuff! Oh, and Alicia,

Tag!



You've been tagged

G said...

Ha! Avoided it once more!

And yes, Dan in disguise is quite possible ... yeeecchhh.

oldwhitelady said...

Thanks for the linky to my site, Alicia. Whenever I want to get my religious fix, I turn to the Landover Baptist Church, first!
I guess we all could say we're Baptist, right?