Sep 4th 2009 By Jeremy Taylor
Too busy to go to church? If you live in Chandler, Ariz., you no longer have any excuses, as a new drive-thru prayer booth
makes asking for assistance from God as easy as ordering a combo burrito fourthmeal
from Taco Bell.
Pastor Roger Storms of Chandler Christian Church concedes what began as a one-off event has yet to get that much of response, but added, "It just takes one prayer to change a person's heart."
To that end, Storms has now promised to keep his parking lot prayer booth open 24/7, meaning you can now request spiritual guidance from the big fella at hours you can't even scare up a junior bacon cheeseburger.
And if that's all still too inconvenient, Storms's church also accepts prayers via the Internet.
Think a drive-thru prayer booth is a little out there? Keep reading to see our list of other real-life drive-thru services that'll have you scratching your head.
-- For when just a Vegas wedding isn't tacky enough, you can exchange your Sin City vows without leaving the comfort of your rental car.Drive-thru emergency room
-- A California hospital has experimented with having doctors and nurses examine patients while they are still in their car.Drive-thru strip clubs
-- At 10 dollars a minute, this revealing roadside attraction makes gas prices seem cheap.Drive-thru funeral homes
-- Nothing says you care like viewing a loved one's body from a Ford Taurus. Dive-thru liquor stores
-- They are quite common in some places, but if you don't come from one of those places the concept comes off as both spectacular and a spectacularly bad idea.
-- In effort to speed up the crawl associated with federal employees, Pennsylvania state representative Kevin Murphy has installed a drive-thru window for legislative services in his office for his constituents. A California county experimented with drive-in voting
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