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Are There Too Many Black Churches?

In Uncategorized on September 10, 2013 at 11:15 am

Did you know that it takes less than 5 minutes to become an ordained minister? All one must do is register online, find a building to preach out of and have one person attend.

Should there be a greater form of qualification to establish a church?  After all,  when one is ordained as a minister, culturally the black community almost bows down to  every word they preach. Should it not take more than 5 minutes to learn the word of God enough to preach and teach it?

Or are some churches not really for the greater good of the word…. you know…. values, morals, love, kindness…. stuff like that.

Is it about money? I mean, there are churches with seventeen offerings per Sunday, while some members are being evicted or going to home to no food. Why are so many ministers former criminals? Change in People does exist, but have some people just changed by exploiting a more legal way to steal?

These questions are in no way a reflection of my opinion nor of my beliefs.  They are simply stated to ignite and provoke thought of the CONTRADICTION that underlies  the black church.

I believe in God. But I believe in Good. I believe in Good God.

Good God keeps you grounded. Kind. Moral. Humble. Unjealous. Even if thats not a word. Actually, its not even full sentence.

Watch CONTRADICTION. What do you believe?

Mushiya

For the record, the producer of this documnetary is a personal friend of mine and it is about to go BIG. Im just saying.

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