Instead of the kids, I imagine color photos of TA members; there could be a call for submissions like with the calender. Maybe bigger headshots, too, so that the faces would be more visible from a distance. Maybe "Come join the conversation at" instead of "Come visit us at."
Hmm, while I do like this idea, I am afraid that some people tend to get extra sensitive when children are involved. It may elicit claims of "brainwashing;" even though that is a completely ridiculous claim, the use of children's photos still might generate more negative publicity than positive. (Of course, these would be pictures submitted by adults of themselves as children, but people will not necessarily know that from the billboard itself.) I personally like the idea and think that it would be funny for all of us to see each other as children, but I'm not sure that it would serve well on a billboard for the general public.
Well, everyone knows that sexual deviants and murderers use thinking in order to carry out their actions. Therefore, thinking is a very dangerous action which we must inhibit at every opportunity. We must also watch out for walking and breathing, as these are both commonly used by all sorts of undesirable characters.
Good point, I suppose that "all publicity is good publicity," after all. I still fear that it would be twisted somehow, although I suppose that we will be mischaracterized regardless of what image is used.
What about a mixture of us as kids and us as adults? You're never too young to start thinking about whether the religion you're being raised in is wrong. It's kids who have the sense to ask embarrasing questions at Sunday school.
I'd not have anything in the line before thinkaheist.com incase people think it's part of the URL.