I agree with you, Joy and Justme. A public forum like this is not the best place to address concerns like this. However, I think this topic brings up an interesting point. A church serves two main purposes: it is a place to worship God and it is a place to bring those who do not know Him into a realization of His love. Therefore, while the point the sign made is a good one and a Christian thinking purely would understand its meaning right away, what would a lost person think of when he/she saw the sign?
It is a terribly fine line we walk when trying to market our faith to a lost world. For example, if I went to a conference that discussed the power of words and they offered shirts with that slogan, should I buy one? All the people at the conference know exactly what I'm talking about and would agree with it. But, I have far too many lost friends who would see the slogan in a different way and would add that to their mental list of why religion is such a joke. But the slogan never meant it that way!
I say all that to say this: I love church signs and I think they are a great way to attract interest to a church, but we must be careful to take into account how a lost world would view them. God bless Fellowship and God bless the rest of the churches