Insanity

Top 10 signs your leader has gone crazy.

10. When the family pets are sitting in chairs as part of the small group.

9. He announces the following icebreaker in a couples group: Everyone guesses everyone else's weight, and the winner will be announced after everyone is weighed.

8. Wants to begin every meeting with the Barney theme song.

7. Lets us do imitations of our favorite bible person , and he decides to eat locust like John the Baptist.

6. When he has the group do ink blot tests for the icebreaker.

5. Feverishly trying to get members to stockpile food and water for the impending Y3K crisis.

4. Refuses to acknowledge group attendees—speaks ONLY to the empty chair.

3. Insists members respond "Yes, Your Cell Leadership" to anything he says.

2. Has made a post rapture tape for the rest of the group "for after he is gone."

1. Legally changes name to Jabez and will only let group pray prayers HE makes up.

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