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Why All Churches Must Cater For Their Members This Covid Period by nnamdizen(m): 2:34am On Apr 26, 2020
I dont really have energy to waste explaining to anybody, all thanks to the impromptu changes in my daily meal plan cheesy but hey;

If you are a church member in need, you drop offerings, pay tithes, sow seeds and you are even a worker, and up till now your church have not shown you love, brother make the switch cos charity begins from home.

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Re: Why All Churches Must Cater For Their Members This Covid Period by Staphylococcus: 2:36am On Apr 26, 2020
In a s much as the write up is funny, it's just the bitter truth.

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Re: Why All Churches Must Cater For Their Members This Covid Period by pfadom: 3:49am On Apr 26, 2020
She is perfectly right.

Religions killed our Industrial drive, growth, development and enterprise. People threw to the wind their values of hardwork, dignity in labour and productivity for empty miracle, manipulations and religious fraud

In the 1970s there were thousands of mission schools that ordinary Nigerians could attend, but now despite the tithing and other spritual sacrifice ordinary Nigerians cannot afford the mission varsities.

Many churches bought industrial warehouses all over the big cities as worship centres. Industries were shut down, workers laid off, technology lost, services withdrawn and where possible relocated to neighbouring countries. While we boast of spirituality (faith without work), others advanced industrial drive to boost their economy.

The religious leaders most of whom never attended University or graduated at the bottom of their classes now call the shots, control human resources (including postgraduates) even when they don't have good command of simple English grammar.

We cannot blame the government here. Yet, these religious organisations are neither accountable to the government nor to their members. The leaders are the chair/CEO.

We need to retrace our steps.

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Re: Why All Churches Must Cater For Their Members This Covid Period by Comedian2019: 5:32am On Apr 26, 2020
Most Nigerians will not agree with her-reason they are in this situation.
Re: Why All Churches Must Cater For Their Members This Covid Period by helinues: 5:34am On Apr 26, 2020
Their tithes money have no record

Money don kupe
Re: Why All Churches Must Cater For Their Members This Covid Period by nnamdizen(m): 11:50pm On Feb 20
helinues:
Their tithes money have no record

Money don kupe
who wan record am grin

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