The three youngsters were saddened when they realized that no matter how good a fiddle player you may have, you still can't dance when you're baptist!
The next generation of God's "Frozen Chosen".
And to think that he actually knew how to play in Narnia.
John, Jill, and Bobby just learned that you really can't combine MacArthur and Hinn for a Bapticostal
In a break in their long and boring discussion on ecumenism, Randy began to play “Kum Ba Ya” for Alice and Benny.
Fiddler Finney and Amy Arminius realized that playing "Just as I Am" over and over for Al Atheist just ticked him off.
Let me rewrite mine:In a break in their discussion on ecumenism, Randy began to play "Kum Ba Ya" for Alice and Benny.
Billy's suggestion for contemporary worship music was well received by Bobby and Babs. His violin rendition of "Pass It On" wasn't quite what they had in mind.
Bill and Alice listen to Joey play some of the music he wrote for the imprecatory psalms.
Upon realizing that Mike, one of Larry, Adam, and Sarah's best friends, was an Arminian, Larry tried to cheer all of them up by playing Amazing Grace.
The children were still attempting to grapple with the amazing discoveries they had encountered in the back of their uncle Teddy Haggard's wardrobe.
The members of the Young Arminian Club of Nebraska abruptly dropped Grudem's Systematic Theology to the ground and decided to play some drab music rather than continue with their planned discussion topic: "Weaknesses of Calvinism."
Girl: "John Tesh, you are never going to get a smile from the talent who audition for you until you lose that sour puss that you, yourself, always wear."
The hills weren't alive with the sound of music on this day because Arminian Andy only knew how to play one tune... and I Have Decided to Follow Jesus is not a song that cottons to the do-si-do...