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Reeses Jesus

Vacation Bible School, youth retreat and summer camp season is upon us – the season of T-shirts – and Relevant Magazine has a round-up of the Christian classics: The Lord’s Gym, Satan is a Nerd, etc. And Reeses Jesus (“Sweet savior, get it? And a chocolate crown, get it???”)

Which ones do you recognize?

Posted by Cara Ellen Modisett

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Kelly Wilson

My favorite growing up was one with Apostle Peter surfing boardless on a wave, with the caption "Who needs a board when your eyes are on the Lord?" I'm sure it was walking a fine line, but it gave me a smile at the time.

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Ann Fontaine

I like "I am Part of A Stable Family" with a nativity scene

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