Spin Your Dirty Socks For Jesus

10 comments:

David Lamar Wheeler said...

I want to make some quip about this, but it has rendered me speachless.

Chad Estes said...

I was absolutely aghast.

Nathan said...

I think there is something in the bie about worship being fragrant isn't thre?

Anonymous said...

Holly Ghost Ho Down? LOL

Brandon said...

I didn't know Jack Black was leading worship nowadays. He looks good with a mohawk though.

Crispin Schroeder said...

This is so wrong on so many levels. Where do you come across this stuff? It at least brightened up my day a bit!

jeansonne said...

I got nothin'

Chad Estes said...

Brian, this guy is looking for a new worship gig. Maybe he could interview with you after Crispin goes church planting.

Scott Linscott said...

Somethings seem like a good idea at the time but then you look back and think, "Woah, what was I thinking? That idea stunk on so many levels."

Justin Boggs said...

It kind of seems like they were trying to recreate the radical underground punk praise scene the Delirious started in London. What seems to be missing here is spiritual content.

Talented band however. I would be interested in seeing this in context and see if they ever get out of silly into spiritual. I get the idea of breaking boundaries in worship, it can be a powerful thing, but not just for the sake of breaking boundaries.

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