Sunday, December 13, 2015

[RE-POST] OMG! pastor Olive and his Common Ground (no 's') Recovery church found Jesus in a bar in Lake Worth!

Don't forget church at 10:00 am on Sunday's at the 'Common Ground' (no 's') church!
So many questions. I'm having trouble wrapping my head around this. Will the new church slogan be:

"Praise! Where else can you fall off the wagon and get back on without leaving the building!" 

After a prayer do you say, "Amen" or "Cheers!"? Can people attending pastor Olive's church run a tab? What is pastor Olive's drink of choice?  
Here is more information:
Check back later for beer and drink prices.
Everyone is happy that the Bamboo Room will be the recipient of a lot of free publicity. And the downtown should see more foot traffic too. How could anyone resist coming to Lake Worth and checking out that crazy pastor with the 'recovery' church at the bar! It's like watching a train wreck. You can hear wonderful music, enjoy great food, have a few drinks and also GET SAVED if you feel the spirits (no pun intended). The owners of the Bamboo Room are so smart they even got pastor Olive to PAY THEM for the free publicity. How cool is that.

Stay tuned, I'll have more on this later and some awesome excerpts from the article by Kevin Thompson at the Post on this. The only concern I have is this: is this the new standard at the Post for what churches and faith-based organizations get featured in the paper? The more foolish and outlandish the church is the more likely they'll have a reporter from the paper show up? Let's hope not.
Most importantly, is the "War on Jesus" over? 


Anonymous said...

Hilarious stuff. Surprised it took so long but Mike Olive is now officially a sideshow freak and his church is a circus and he brought it all on himself. He admitted in the paper today his beef with the city was a fraud and wants to move on. Bornstein let him off easy probably because he feels sorry for the guy. Really- a church in the BambooRoom? How bout a convent at Dave's? Mike's last shot now is to surround himself with enough dimwits and sycophants that can pour coffee and toast a muffin. Hard to believe he could do something so stupid.

Mark A. Parrilla said...

Not hard to believe of this buffoon! So many of us had this fool pegged as what he was from the very overinflated egomaniacal clown!

Mark Anthony Parrilla

TheGoodWord said...

Matthew 7:24 “Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock."

You need to get back to the basics Mr. Olive and stop playing the fool

Anonymous said...

Do not be deceived. You fools who believe that Common Ground church is selling beer at the Bamboo Room church services will be disappointed. But if you attend the services you might get drunk in the Holy Spirit which seems to be the fix you need.

pmo said...

Next Sunday the pastor is performing a gay marriage ceremony. Free jello shots afterwards. Praise The Lord.

Robert A. Gordon said...

Shallowness of minds and hearts never cease to amaze me...the good news is that God still chooses the foolish to confound the wise and the weak to confound the strong. So the only questions the critics must ask themselves in which categories do they belong...but I am sure that God has other thoughts...believe in Jesus and be saved, then understand.

Matthew van Voorthuijsen said...

Children, children, children... Let's play nice now.