“Anyone who thinks sitting in church can make you a Christian must also think that sitting in a garage can make you a car.” ― Garrison Keillor
Important Notice– I won’t be posting regularly because of my upcoming exams- please bear with me 🙂 . I really don’t have anything to post today except a piece I wrote on Sunday, I ‘d just leave that here. Also stay tuned for a guest post this week, it contains a very interesting topic, watch out. 🙂
Isn’t anyone sick and tired of all the dramas that takes place in some churches? The conflict between pastors, the division of congregation like they were assets left behind by a dead relative. Isn’t anyone bored of how the church prescribes rather than describe. They tell us -this is what one have to do . They interpret the bible in their own way and judge one on the notion of one’s self expression. In all I feel churches need to redefine themselves rather than having hungry pastors extort their members or making them believe that ones blessings was equivalent to ones pocket. I have stopped going to church for quite sometime now especially when ‘m back home, it isn’t because I was lazy; I just hate the fact that one had to hold the service at different venues every week because of lack of fund. Yet I often wondered where the donations and offerings went. Perhaps I was lazy, I still disliked the way those judging eyes would scrutinize one from head to toe trying to pinpoint a fault in one’s attire. I thought the church was a place where even the lost and broken could walk in anytime, but it’s all wrong. The system is broken; there have never been a place for unity ever since one doctrine began to have more than 2 or 3 branches within the same location like there were business rivals competing for customers.