Annette Gross

Signs Around Town - Would Jesus Discriminate?

Filed By Annette Gross | May 29, 2006 11:21 PM | comments

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Not only did I see the big ad in the paper from Jesus MCC and Faith in America this weekend, but today I saw a sign up in my neighborhood on the far North side!!!! And my son saw a bumpersticker on someone's car today too. It's great to see a response to the intolerance some people seem to exhibit. Thank you Jesus MCC and Faith in America! No matter what our religious demonination, bigotry has no place in religion!


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We were in Anderson having dinner last night with friends and saw a sign on a telephone poll from MCC. "Jesus wouldn't discriminate." It made me smile.

Chris Douglas | May 30, 2006 10:43 AM

We saw one on bumper sticker on a car in Crawfordsville yesterday evening. And on a sign on 86th street.

I'm glad people in the Indy Metro area are taking notice...

I saw a sign yesterday on 71rst St and one today at the Keystone exit of off 465. Very cool. They are covering a lot of territory!

The one that was in front of our street off Allisonville Road was taken down. It only made it for a day. :(

WIlliam Foster | June 1, 2006 5:01 PM

Some signs have been taken down due to some laws in areas like Carmel and Fisher Indiana. There has been talk of fines being given to JMCC if any more signs get posted there.

I think I've seen signs in Fishers and Carmel. They seem to still be there. I hope so.

There's one in my neighborhood at 46 st and Moller Rd.. Love it! it is small but is the size of one of the ones you see for tax help. It is on the corner and no one's private lawn. You have to ask folks to put up signs on their lawns. Fishers and Carmel is where they need them most.