In reality, the Bible is supported by planted wooden posts. The sculpture started as a prop for vacation Bible school at Bonnie Brae Church of Christ on Staples Mill Road, the Rev. Linden B. Keffer says. It represented a work-zone theme and "constructing our lives for Christ."

"We were gonna just toss it," Keffer says. But J.D. Luck, 61, and his wife, Joyce, wouldn't hear of it. They rescued the Bible and put it on display just before Christmas. Soon, Luck says, he'll put up an accompanying sign saying "Under Construction for Jesus." S


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