Twitter is full of parody accounts, including some that only those who serve in a church may fully appreciate.
For example, here’s “The Deacon.”
Or if you like your deacons a little more “surly,” try the “Surly Deacon.”
There are those who represent the grumbling we hear from the congregation, such as the “Church Curmudgeon.”
Then again, it’s worth noting hard pastors can have it via “Unappreciated Pastor.”
The “Bad Church Secretary” fesses up a bit, too.
How about a “Mad Worship Leader?”
How about an “Uncensored Pastor“?
Another strong one is “Stuff Christians Say.”
Lots of fun, right?
how about those directed at the Youth Ministry nation?
There’s the “Mistreated Youth Guy”
Or the things a “Youth Pastor Says.”
A “Hipster Youth Pastor” chimes in.
As well as a “Bitter Youth Pastor.”
There’s even a “Ghetto Youth Pastor.”
Not to mention a “Smug Youth Pastor.”
How does this make you feel?
A few weeks ago, I shared a post about Christian Hipsters that had its share of support and criticism. I wonder if when we read about a niche group in the church we enjoy the laughter but feel even just a tad bit defensive when we’re the ones under the spotlight?