Why 'Forgiving Your Enemies' Makes Weird Sense' - Part 2
Full Service feat Spectral Bob Ross
Season Three - Episode Four
Welcome one and all, to Creepy Cove Community Church! You are most welcome to join us as we continue out look at a most intriguing idea...that the concept of loving one's enemies makes a weird sort of sense.
Our church administrator Rupert Donk opens the service with some shocking news about two members of our 'Knit & Natter' group. They have fallen victim to Freddy Krueger who (as you will no doubt know by now) did NOT turn over a new leaf, despite promising to do so in the last service. So be careful out there, Covers!
We are then joined by a very special guest...the ghost of legendary oil painter Bob Ross. Yes, Spectral Bob will be chatting to us about painting and his love of nature...but does his love of the natural world go too far? Join us to see what you think.
Then it's over to Cora Hale, a werewolf and friend of Bob Ross, who shares a Bible reading with us...eventually. Then it's over to Peter Laws who talks to us about why loving enemies might not be as insane as it sounds.
After a time of meditation and prayer, it's over to our musical guests. Matt Isaac (featuring Ben Grundy on vocals) with their rousing and spooky rendition of 'What Is The Life Of a Man'. For more on Matt, do check out his website: www.mattisaacmusic.com!
At the close of the service, Rupert reveals the new artwork that Spectral Bob has been painting throughout the service...but why does Rupert seem so ashamed of the image?
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