NASCAR prayer (video)


31 Responses to “NASCAR prayer (video)”

  1. maxipad505 says:

    this is a mockery of a mockery of a mockery and off into forever

  2. Mark_Frauenfelder says:

    This is the only honest preacher I’ve ever seen.

  3. amanicdroid says:

    Good to see someone who takes prayer less seriously than me. That guy is HILARIOUS!

  4. hm, product placement in a prayer. smart move.

  5. Mike Greco says:

    I like to think of Jesus, like, with giant eagles wings, and singin’ lead vocals for Lynyrd Skynyrd, with like, an angel band, and I’m in the front row and I’m hammered drunk!

  6. Sagodjur says:

    As if we needed any more proof that Christianity in America is a culture rather than a religion…

  7. Curtis Goodman says:

    it’s a travesty! a travesty of a mockery of a sham of a mockery of a travesty of two mockeries of a sham!

  8. thunderhammer says:

    The God that most people believe in is usually just a reflection of themselves (or how they see themselves).  Pat Robertson worships a God who is bitter and spiteful.  Most of the religious women that I’ve known believe that God is nurturing and forgiving – except for the ones who were not themselves nurturing and forgiving.  This pastor believes that God is lighthearted and brand-loyal.  I can imagine that if my grandfather were watching this he would say something like “what a jackass, God is very serious and doesn’t like joking around.”  My grandfather was a serious man, never known to joke around…

  9. Navin_Johnson says:

    Isn’t the “smokin’ hot wife” borrowed from Taladega Nights?  iirc.

  10. Matthew says:

    How much does it cost to buy advertisements within a prayer?

  11. Casper96 says:

    I’m quite sure that line is meant as an homage to Talladega Nights, not as a ripoff. This is funny stuff, and I approve of the absence of pretense in this prayer. 

  12. Cowicide says:


    find the extended version somewhere after that… hahaha

  13. ackpht says:

    That’s hilarious. I take the message as “life is good for you- be thankful”. Would my southern-baptist grandmother have approved of the context? No, but she would have kept any criticism to herself- because she was taught that in addition to humility and compassion and self-reliance, tolerance is a virtue.

  14. scifijazznik says:

    Jesus wept.

  15. JoshP says:

    Praise Jesus and pass the ammunition?? Why don’t I have a problem with this…
      @above.. well it starts with indulgences and ends with a new reformation.

  16. jowlsey says:

    This prayer brought to you by BlamCo. Official corporate sponsor of the Jebus.

  17. Brian Easton says:

    The prayer seems appropriate to the venue. Well done.

  18. Charles Hall says:

    Dear 8 pound 6 ounce newborn infant Jesus…

  19. Donald Petersen says:

    If you really must Boogity Boogity Boogity, it may as well be in Jesus’ name.

  20. humanresource says:

    Shouldn’t Henry Ford get a little credit for Ford? No? I guess its not that big a deal.
    Boogity boogity.

  21. angryhippo says:

    Why wouldn’t God have the best and most forgiving sense of humor?

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      If whomever you’re worshiping isn’t nicer than you, it’s definitely time to change deities.

  22. Kerns Lane says:

     Mmmm…while I approve of the overall use of humor in prayer, it is sad that product placement can make its way into any sort of semi-religious, sacred invocation…..which I why I avoid it altogether!

  23. Deidzoeb says:

    Why not? Church of NASCAR already has St. Dale.

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