Tithe and offering are essential Christian practices in the church as they are used to run the affairs of the ministry. However, some Pastors allow their wives and children to depend on tithe and offering money instead of working to earn a living. In this light, while preaching to his members, the General Oveerseer of the Champions Royal Assembly, Prophet Joshua Iginla, told Pastors that it's an error for their wives and children to depend on tithe and offering.
From 2 minutes, 8 seconds in the video, the clergyman said: "Hear me pastors, it is an error for your wife and children to depend on tithe and offering. So if there is no offering and tithe your children and wife will not eat. It's an error".
Speaking further, he said, "Fight for your future so it won't happen. Stop running after billionaires because they don't have two heads. Instead, run after the wisdom that made them rich. If you are a pastor and you stop your wife from going to work, thereby making her depend on tithe and offering, you have entered 'fool time".
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