Let's just post it in case they take it down:
***Are You Good Without God?
Reported by: Marci Manley, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, Apr 7, 2010 @07:11pm
The billboard is being called a Godless billboard by the group sponsoring it, the United Coalition of Reason (United CoR). The Coalition has brought non-believing, free-thinking groups together to place the billboard and form a Northwest Arkansas branch of the group.
Members of the Northwest Arkansas Coalition of Reasonsay they didn't intend to attack religion or cause a stir with the Godless billboard.
"The message from the sign is to our people, but I suppose to let people know people can be good without believing in God," said co-founder of Fayetteville Free Thinkers Darel Henschell.
Henschell just wants to tune the community in to a belief that may strike a chord with some folks.
"Unbelievers exist in the community around them, among their coworkers, neighbors. family members and our society," Henschell said.
The group's billboard sits just above an ad for Rogers' Central United Methodist Church(CUMC).
"That was a complete coincidence. We didn't know that until we went and took a picture of the sign and said. Oh, we had no idea," said Henschell.
And neither Henschell, nor the church's pastor thinks it's a bad thing.
"That could be a metaphor for how secular people and church minded people can co-exist peacefully in our society," Henschell said.
"The first reaction is it breaks my heart," said CUMC Senior Pastor Carness Vaughan. "But on second thought, any opportunity to get people thinking about God is a good thing."
And whether you're a believer or not, Henschell says life is a solo you shouldn't have to play.
"That's the problem with people feeling isolated in the community like that. So, we wanted to open it up," Henschell said.
The billboard is just one aspect of the campaign. Four Ozark Regional Transit buses will display the advertisements on the side and rear.
Phil Pumphrey, Executive Director of Ozark Regional Transit(ORT) said the company accepted the advertisement at the reccomendation of the company's attorney. Pumphrey noted ORT does not endorse products, opinions, or beliefs portrayed in any of its bus advertisements. Link