This Easter, remember the rooster.

Our new REMEMBER tee features a rooster that is the biblical symbol of repentance, the very symbol Jesus told Peter about on the final night of his life. We hope you REMEMBER every time you see a rooster that we are all forgiven and have the opportunity to repent at the foot of the cross. 

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The Chicken Bawks

Remember Easter Tee

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    At the rooster’s crowing, Peter remembered Jesus’ words and “went out and wept bitterly”. (Matthew 26:75)

    The rooster represents Peter’s denial of Christ and also stands for his remorse and repentance upon hearing the rooster’s crow. The rooster, as a symbol, becomes a call to repentance.

    Why This Design?

    Easter is an important time where we remember the cross and the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

    This tee comes straight out of scripture from Matthew 26:75, the time during the last days of Jesus's earthly ministry when Peter denies knowing him.

    It turns out that the rooster is a symbol that can be used to remember not only Peter's denial of Jesus, but our own call to repentance before the cross.

    This Easter, remember all that Jesus has done for you.

    Available for a limited time only. 

    THIS IS CURRENTLY A PREORDER. Orders will start shipping around Mar 24th. 


    Printed on super soft Bella + Canvas 3001CVC 60/40 Cotton Poly Blend Tees

    Printed at our Family Chicken Farm in Texas! Thank you for supporting our Small Business!


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