Church Pastor asks for food...

Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by Middleoftheroad, Nov 4, 2011.

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    ...to be delivered to his sick wife, his limo's will be waiting at the church to pick up the food.

    Bankrupt church wants donations for pastor
     
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    I've seen the Crystal Cathedral (from the outside), and it is truly a beautiful building, unfortunetly this guy is completely nutz.
     
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    This is really disturbing....
    I'm Christian, but i have a very hard time with people like this. They have EVERYTHING they need and still need more. A pastor like this is not working for God's glory, he works for his own. I've seen pictures of the Cathedral and it is beautiful...but why? God doesn't care where people worship. In fact i don't think He would agree with a church like this. The money people donate to a Church is to pay the pastors salary first, and the rest should go to building Gods kingdom. Not building the pastors kingdom. I'd much rather go to a nice little country church anyway!
     
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    Yeah I was watching Pastor Peter Popoff the other day beg for "seed money" and he would write you and tell you exactly how much God would repay you.
     

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