Church Politics: Church Crises: Will the Church Survive in Africa?
Church politics is a battle among Moses, Aaron and Hur [pastors], in which they determine, through un-biblical and unhealthy means, whose hands should be raised in the church. It is a rivalry in which they determine whose rod blossoms. It is a bone thrown out to the church leaders cum pastors and workers by the devil to keep them busy; while the devil himself sneaks into the church to destroy it.
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