American televangelist Thomas Dexter Jakes Senior during press conference on September 4, 2019 at a Nairobi hotel. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE | NATION MEDIA GROUP In Summary
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Would you pay Sh75,000 just to be in the same room with American televangelist Thomas Dexter Jakes Sr?
Well, a section of Kenyans would not mind since all the VVIP tickets to TD Jakes’ event have been sold out.
Approach the same gang with z workable idea that needs funding uone ukiinuliwa tint. O always challenge my saved friends and relatives to think how much a difference their contribution to the church would make were it to be directed at research and development.
The problem is, this forum is not helping that poor villager, if it is an empowerment forum it should be available to all more so if religion is attached to it. Anyway, let CEO’s attend, yangu inakuwanga Sunday saa nne and they dont charge that much.
Or to charity, contribution za kanisa zote in Kenya on one sunday alone can buy a few dozen MRI machines or build a few sanctuaries for street families, unlike the Israelites who gave their tithes and offerings to provide sustenance for the priests (not to enrich them and provide for an opulent lifestyle) and to provide food for widows, orphans and foreigners, churches are spending money on vanity projects, the kind that have zero impact on helping the poor and those in need.
I left one of my baby mommas because of this cunt.
The way women fall for these fake pastors and sijui motivational speakers makes me think that they really are intellectually inferior to men.
The Bible is translated into simple English that anyone can understand but you still feel the need to pay someone to tell you their understanding of it.
Kwani hauna akili?