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Going to Heaven

A Sunday school teacher was talking to her class of kindergarten students about Heaven. She said: “If I sell my house and my car and give all the money to poor people, will I go to Heaven?”

“No,” chorused the children.

“What if I quit my job and spend all my time helping orphans, then do I get to go to Heaven?”

“No,” answered the children in unison.

“Okay, so just how do I get to go to Heaven?”

One little boy shouted out: “You gotta be dead first.”

Welcoming Church

A woman met a preacher in the street and asked him: “Does your church welcome all denominations?”

“Yes,” he replied, “but we prefer tens and twenties.”

 

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Going to Heaven

A Sunday school teacher was talking to her class of kindergarten students about Heaven. She said: “If I sell my house and my car and give all the money to poor people, will I go to Heaven?”

“No,” chorused the children.

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“What if I quit my job and spend all my time helping orphans, then do I get to go to Heaven?”

“No,” answered the children in unison.

“Okay, so just how do I get to go to Heaven?”

One little boy shouted out: “You gotta be dead first.”

Welcoming Church

A woman met a preacher in the street and asked him: “Does your church welcome all denominations?”

“Yes,” he replied, “but we prefer tens and twenties.”