Dallas Couple Finds Jesus In a Bag of Cheetos

Dallas_cheesus-cheeto-jesusWhile on a road trip last week, Dan and Sara Bell, of Dallas, Texas, stopped to get some snacks. A short time later, Sara Bell made a most holy discovery in her bag of 99-cent Cheetos.

“I was putting them in my hand and I had eaten most of the ones in my hand, and one was left lying there. And I said, ‘Oh my gosh, look at this. It really looks like a person in a robe praying,'” Bell said.

She and her husband have since nicknamed the figure ‘Cheesus,’ and after appearing with it on several news programs, are considering selling it on Ebay.

“How much do you think we should ask for it? It could be 25 cents, could be 25 dollars. If it’s only 25 cents, we’re just going to eat it,” said Dan Bell.

Houston Church Youth Leader Sees Jesus in a Cheeto

Houston_Pastor_CheesusHOUSTON (KTRK) — A local church youth leader wants you to see a cheese curl that reminds him of Jesus.

A couple of years ago, the youth director at Memorial Drive United Methodist Church in Houston was snacking in the church youth offices when he noticed an odd-shaped Cheeto.

Upon further inspection, Steve Cragg determined he could see a familiar image of Jesus in the shape of the cheese curl. One of the church youth named the item in question ‘Cheesus.’

‘Cheesus’ has remained on a bookcase in Cragg’s office since its discovery. “I do not think that God makes Cheetos that look like Jesus or creates images of Himself on doors. I do know that God reveals Himself to us in a zillion different ways,” Cragg said.

“Seeing the image of Christ in a Cheeto means that I was able to imagine it. God’s creation is full of signs and things that can and do remind us of Him.” Cragg was moved to share a photo of ‘Cheesus’ with others in anticipation and honor of Easter.