Top 6 Tweets of the Week
The top joke of the day from the last 6 days from @BackRowOnline:
Top Instagram of the Week
The most loved IG photo of the week from @BackRowOnline!
Top Vine of the Week
The best Vine video of the week from @BackRowOnline!
matt Coker | @MatthewSCoker
Since 1997, in a quiet corner of the internet, there has been a Christian web comic so funny that it has almost certainly graced every church's Sunday bulletin on a low-announcement week at least once.
Reverend Fun, a comic by Dennis Hengeveld, and part of the Bible Gateway family, has been going strong for the better part of 2 decades, poking fun at Christians who take themselves too seriously and taking snapshots of hilarious "What If's" in stories from the Bible.
I discovered the comic strip in the early 2000's, when he would be posting a new comic almost every single day!
In the later years, he reduced it to about two a week, but they have always been a source of chuckle-inducing hilarity.
Sadly, this always clever, sometimes goofy, and often convicting web comic has finally come to an end, after nearly 18 years and over 3000 comics!
By Back Row Online | IG: @BackRowOnline
Every Wednesday and Sunday, we take to Instagram to bring you some of our best, most hilarious, 100% original, Christian and church-themed memes! Every couple of weeks, we like to showcase what we've been posting on the website. So, here's what you've been missing!
Top 6 Tweets of the Week from @BackRowOnline
Top Instagram of the Week from @BackRowOnline
Top Vine of the Week from @BackRowOnline
Top 6 Tweets
The most popular joke of the day from the past 6 days from @BackRowOnline!
TOP INSTAGRAM OF THE WEEK
The most loved Instagram photo of the week from @BackRowOnline!
TOP VINE OF THE WEEK
The most looped Vine from @BackRowOnline!
Matt Coker | @MatthewSCoker
The Back Row is kind of in a league of its own when it comes to ministering to Christians. Our slogan is "Humor & Healing for the Saved but Still Human." To us, that means that we put just as much (or sometimes more) emphasis on making people laugh as we do on encouraging people in their daily walks.
And a lot of folks don't understand it. They don't see how the two really go together.
But to me, I don't see how it could be done any differently.
"I AM CHRIS FARLEY"
A wonderful documentary recently came out about the life of Chris Farley, featuring heart-felt interviews with his SNL cast mates and many other comedians and some regular people who were close to him.
For those of you too young to remember, Chris Farley was the king of comedy on Saturday Night Live for a stretch of several years in the early 90s. He was a large man with incredible abilities that he used to make people laugh.
In these interviews, we learn some things that maybe most didn't know about Chris. We've all heard that he had a drug problem, which sent him into rehab multiple times and would eventually take his life. But what we didn't see when he was on the television was how much he struggled on the inside.
He was a clown, but it was often a mask to cover his insecurities, his low self-esteem, his feelings that he was not good enough, even when everyone was telling him he was the best.