UPDATE, 6:06p: “Casket” made it into the top 3! Just aired. The 2 other top finalists were “Underdog” and “House Rules.” Congrats, Mosaic!
8:31a: Tim Tebow’s pro-life ad may not be the only one riling secular liberals during today’s Super Bowl. We may also see an ad made by Mosaic Church in Pasadena, CA. It’ll be for Doritos, and it won’t be overtly Christian, but still – yet another sign Christians are daring to engage in pop culture, oh no!
Last autumn Doritos sponsored a Super Bowl ad contest, and by popular vote the Mosaic Church’s “Casket” ad is now 1 of 6 finalists.
All 6 have already won $25k. But the top 3 vote getters, which are being kept secret, will air during the game today. And they each have a chance to win $1 million, $600k, or $400k, if ranked the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd most popular Super Bowl ad according to USA Today’s Ad Meter.
Many members of Mosaic work in the film industry, and the church entered the Doritos contest to show Christians – shock – can be funny and relevant. Here’s “Casket”:

And here are the other 5 competing ads. Which are your top 3 favorites? Mine are, in order, “Kids these days,” “Casket,” and “House Rules.”…


“Kids These Days”…

“The Smackout”…

“Snack Attack Samurai”…

‘House Rules”…

“Underdog”…