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VIDEO: Drama as Bishop brings beer to church, encourages congregation to drink hard

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A church is making headlines  not because of the success in spiritually nourishing the attendees but because of the adult beverages consumed during the sermons. The Bishop says it is not a sin to consume liters of alcohol while the service is in progress.

In fact, alcohol flows freely during church sermons.

The latest from the church led by the founder South African Bishop Tsietsi Makiti, 53, has it that every other person who drinks alcohol is an automatic member of the church.

According to the Bishop, the church, which was started about three years has attracted a huge membership from the general public.

Members of the church do not give offering but are, instead,  encouraged to buy alcohol from a store inside the church.

The Bishop says they do not rely on donors to run the church but sales from the alcoholic drinks.

“It is clear that Gabola Church will continue to grow as most of its members feel accepted and appreciated with every drunk being considered a member of the church,” said a man who lives in the immediate neighborhood.

According to the Bishop, in order to become a full member of the church, all you have to do is  be a consumer of any alcoholic drink.

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The bishop says he will welcome you with a bottle of beer in one hand and Bible on the other hand.

“If you drink a beer, then you will be baptized with beer,” Bishop Makiti says.

The church has however been criticized with some even referring to it as a “devil’s workshop.”

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  1. njuguna muigai

    July 3, 2018 at 5:30 pm

    It might be a way of trying to get people to attend the church but I don,t think it is Godly,

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