Unfortunately, Easter this year will be incredibly anti-climactic due to all of us being stuck at home in quarantine. We just hope these amusing memes will make your time marginally more bearable.
Now please enjoy even more Christian memes!
Dear God (no pun intended), this story is a hoot if we ever saw one. When this girl didn't get invited to her friend's bachelorette party in Vegas, she made a scene until the bride decided to invite her. It doesn't stop there though: she then sent out an email with a list of very Christian-influenced "rules" for the bride and her friends, and let's just say they're quite tame for a bachelorette getaway in Sin City...
It's November now so naturally we're getting into the yearly debates about the holiday season and political correctness. What's the argument this time, you ask? Well, it all spawned when former Governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker tweeted complaints about people referring to Christmas trees as "holiday trees."
He also tweeted that menorahs are to be solely referred to as such, rather than a "holiday candle holder."
Our take on the whole thing? Call your winter holiday decorations whatever the hell you want; shouldn't we be focused on more, ya know, pressing issues facing our nation?
If you haven't heard (or understandably just don't give a crap), Kanye West has started preaching the Gospel in his newest album, Jesus is King. He's even given up swearing, and has vowed to change his old lyrics to cleaner versions. No, we're not joking.
The album hasn't received the best reviews so far (apart from Donald Trump Jr.'s favorable remarks), but the song "Closed on Sunday" has gotten a fair amount of attention for its mock-worthy lyric, "closed on a Sunday, you're my Chick-Fil-A" in reference to the fast food chain's well-known Christian morals.
Need we say anymore?
Apparently we're moving on from Hot Girl Summer and heading into "Christian Girl Autumn" now. Well, according to fashion and lifestyle blogger Caitlin Covington anyway. Covington tweeted a photo of her and a friend with the caption, "Hot Girl Summer is coming to an end, get ready for Christian Girl Autumn."
The tweet inspired thousands of parodies, memes, and roasts about the stereotypes of basic Christian girls who love pumpkin spice lattes and over-sized scarves.
A lot of these roasts make a whole lot of assumptions about Christian people that might not necessarily be true, but we found them to be pretty amusing regardless!