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PCB Church Has Been Throwing Naked Paint Parties At Night During Spring Break

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PCB Church Has Been Throwing Naked Paint Parties At Night During Spring Break

For those of you who have ventured to Panama City Beach for spring break, you’re in luck. There’s a place where you can partake in some naked paint parties and then wash your sins away. It’s the best of both worlds. A local church called the Life Center has been operating as a church by day and a club called Amnesia by night, where college students partake in wild, drunken, naked parties. Sounds like my kind of church.

From Panama City News Herald:

A local church that has been hosting naked paint parties and slumber-party Sundays with the “sexiest ladies on the beach” will now have to pay taxes on the property as officers investigate the church’s practices, authorities said Tuesday.

The Life Center: A Spiritual Community, 9721 Thomas Drive, has been up and running its seven-days-a-week party schedule as Amesia: The Tabernacle since Feb. 28. But The Tabernacle, which caters to college students on vacation, has caught the attention of more than just party-seeking spring breakers.

This reminds me of one of those hole-in-the-wall Chinese restaurants. Sure, they make some really good orange chicken, but you know for a fact that in the back, they are running some sort of drug ring and backdoor poker games.

Props to the pastor for trying to take advantage of their tax-exempt status. Unfortunately for them, they aren’t the smartest tools in the shed and pretty much tipped off the police with ATMs and a drinking banner outside of the center.

Since ATMs and a banner promoting “iDrink” appeared out front of The Life Center, the Bay County Sheriff’s Office and Panama City Beach Police Department investigators have began taking a closer look at the church. Owned by Markus Q. Bishop, former pastor of Faith Christian Family Church, officials said the club has been engaging in activities unbefitting of a church.

A sign on the front of The Tabernacle stated the events are alcohol and drug free and donations go back to the church. Promoters said it is a church by day and youth ministry by night.

At this point, Florida is just fucking with us, right?

[via Panama City News Herald]

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Harrison Lee

The Boulevard is a Content Manager for Grandex, Inc. He hates soccer and terrorists. He will forget more about sports than you will ever know in your lifetime.

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