Do you cancel church for the Super Bowl?

Do you cancel church for the Super Bowl?
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47 Comments

  • Robert Spurlock
    Reply February 3, 2019

    Robert Spurlock

    I wouldn’t cancel anything for the NFL. I will not watch the NFL any longer for pleasure or the enjoyment of Sports. And they won’t get any money in sales from me.

  • Ray E Horton
    Reply February 3, 2019

    Ray E Horton

    You gotta be kidding!

  • Reply February 3, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    Lots of churches do and watch it right in church

  • Rebecca L Ringler
    Reply February 3, 2019

    Rebecca L Ringler

    I have also heard of Superbowl supper. Covered dish at 4P. Something like that and go home.

  • Tim Dalton
    Reply February 3, 2019

    Tim Dalton

    I remember in the late 70s in Dallas, it was hard to find a church open when the cowboys played. Also the regular games started at noon so you had better be out by 11:45 central time.

  • Ray E Horton
    Reply February 3, 2019

    Ray E Horton

    So, is superbowl today?

  • Isara Mo
    Reply February 4, 2019

    Isara Mo

    Where the treasure is there the heart is.

  • Isara Mo
    Reply February 4, 2019

    Isara Mo

    If you can cancel church for job why not superbowl?
    After all true church is inside a man not outside..
    Can you leave one vanity for another? The answer is yes.
    Can you leave Jesus for super bowl the answer is NO

  • Louise Cummings
    Reply February 4, 2019

    Louise Cummings

    We had church early. But I didn’t watch Super Bowl.

  • CW Sellers
    Reply February 2, 2020

    CW Sellers

    Would you cancel your bride for another woman?

  • Patricia Worthington
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Patricia Worthington

    No

  • Shawn Goodsell
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Shawn Goodsell

    No

  • Jimmy Pearson
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Jimmy Pearson

    No. Because we don’t have a Sunday night service anyway

  • Betsy Cruz-Vasquez
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Betsy Cruz-Vasquez

    No

  • Reply February 2, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    so you cancel Sunday night permanently? Jimmy Pearson

  • Jimmy Pearson
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Jimmy Pearson

    The church we attend hasn’t had a Sunday night service since we started attending months ago. Don’t know how long they haven’t had one. Most of the churches I’ve been to don’t have a Sunday night service anymore. It’s fairly common in this area. A few do but not many.

  • Jimmy Pearson
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Jimmy Pearson

    When i pastored we had one but ended up doing away with it because no one attended.

    • Reply February 3, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      speaks volumes

  • Ray E Horton
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Ray E Horton

    Oh, is Super Bowl today?

  • Nettie Miller
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Nettie Miller

    No longer have church on Sunday night

  • Charles Reeder
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Charles Reeder

    No. If I counted correctly we have about 160 in church tonight.

    • Reply February 3, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      thats all?

    • Charles Reeder
      Reply February 3, 2020

      Charles Reeder

      Troy Day for Sunday night yes. We run about 180 on Sunday morning so not bad for Sunday night

  • Ruth Brigantti
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Ruth Brigantti

    No

  • Cleston Walton
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Cleston Walton

    A ‘none’ issue PTL anyway777

  • Jerome Herrick Weymouth
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Jerome Herrick Weymouth

    Didnt cancel and didnt watch, instead we got together and sang gospel songs!

  • Genny J Baird
    Reply February 2, 2020

    Genny J Baird

    Nope

  • Reply February 3, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    how sow? Cleston Walton

    • Cleston Walton
      Reply February 4, 2020

      Cleston Walton

      Troy Day The body of Christ is diverse; one of which is sports: baseball, football, basketball, golf, volleyball and many others. The enjoyment of a reasonable sport ‘together’ is godly fellowship. Church services in the New Covenant are without law but flexible and adaptable to the peoples and customs of a people. Only self-righteous passions argue, strut and gloat about such matters. May each pastor/leader act in the best interest of a particular congregation. We are free in Christ of any law of worship– only the law of Christ IN you the hope of glory777

  • Larry Dale Steele
    Reply February 3, 2020

    Larry Dale Steele

    No

  • Tony Richie
    Reply February 3, 2020

    Tony Richie

    No. But we did move our evening service time up an hour

    • Reply February 3, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      up? – you started at 8pm?

    • Tony Richie
      Reply February 3, 2020

      Tony Richie

      Troy Day 5

    • Reply February 3, 2020

      Varnel Watson

      Tony Richie remarkable

  • Bill Stockham
    Reply February 3, 2020

    Bill Stockham

    The LORD might say “Would you cancel the Super Bowl and worship Me???”

  • Matthew Frye
    Reply February 3, 2020

    Matthew Frye

    No we don’t put the world above God

  • Reply February 3, 2020

    Varnel Watson

    Alan Smith is he saying GOD did not create the super bowl

    • Alan Smith
      Reply February 4, 2020

      Alan Smith

      Troy Day guess so. It wasn’t listed in the Bible

  • Joe Absher
    Reply February 4, 2020

    Joe Absher

    I’m wondering how many so called God fearing men of the cloth sat through that debauchery and wallowed in that filth .

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