Instead of Nike’s “Life is short, play hard,” how about “Life is short, pray hard.” That sort of Christian pun is what you will often see on “witness wear.”
If God is your co-pilot, then switch seats. If the devil is your co-pilot, then switch planes!
“God said it, I believe it, that settles it for me!” “Bibles that are falling apart usually belong to people who aren’t.” “God loves you, and so do I.” These are just a few of the catchy slogans that you’ll hear in the world of Christianese.
Honk if you love Jesus! God is my co-pilot! My boss is a Jewish carpenter! Welcome to the wacky, enthusiastic world of bumper-sticker theology.
Happy holidays! Er—I mean, merry Christmas! Have you been reminded yet to “keep Christ in Christmas”?
WWJD? What would Jesus do? Pound for pound, these four little letters are probably the most famous and most widely known Christianese word of all time. Although the WWJD heyday of the late 1990s is a fading memory, this sobering acronym is far from forgotten in the church.