Thursday, July 17, 2008

Pastor & Family For Sale

Pastor is selling himself and his family on eBay

On eBay

You are looking at/bidding on a very contemporary out of the box Pastor. As you can tell by the pictures He preaches and teaches in a very unorthodox manner. He does it without compromising the true written word of God. He and his family has chosen to go this route of putting themselves on the market in hopes to find a church that is untraditional and is ready to reach their community. He and his family will consider relocating in the contentinental United States. For any questions or more information feel free to email Pastor Chad at or visit his my space at


An Alabama pastor has listed himself and his family for sale on eBay.

Earlier this year, Chad Smith, a pastor from Tuscaloosa, and his wife, Marti, began looking for a non-denominational church to lead. However, Pastor Smith found that his résumé was one of hundreds that many churches were looking through. So Smith says he began praying, asking God for a novel way to get his name out there. "So I was riding my motorcycle – yes, I ride a Harley Davidson – was riding down the road, and came up with the idea of putting my wife, myself, and my kids for sale on eBay," Smith explains.

And that is what Smith has done. He will not disclose the reserve bid, but shipping costs are listed at $3,000 dollars. Smith says he has received emails from around the country -- some supportive, and some questioning his sincerity.

"I've had some pastors say, 'Hey man, this is an absolutely great idea, and getting yourself out-of-the-box.' And then you get the other side that says 'Hey, why don't you pray and ask God where you need to be?'" Smith contends.

In his eBay listing, Smith points out that he is a non-conventional preacher who is looking for a non-traditional church. "We know we have a home out there. We know that there's a church out there that God is going to place us in," Smith adds. "And we believe he's going to link us together -- and we pray this is a source he can use."


Hmmm, Wow .... is about all I can say .....

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