- A lady has come out to share that her church took up the burden to pay her university school fees
- Many who had benefitted from their churches monetarily also shared similar experiences
- There were, however, some who had bitter tales to tell, saying theirs were different when they needed help
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At a time when many always clamour for churches to use tithes and offerings to better people's lives, a young lady with the Twitter handle @flourishJo has gone online to share what she benefited from her church.
Quoting a tweet asking people to talk about the good things their churches have done for them, she said:
"My church paid my tuition throughout uni."
More experiences shared
Her comment section became an avenue when more people came to speak about the kindness they got from their places of worship.
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See her post below:
At the time of writing this report, the post has gathered over 8,000 likes with more than 2,000 retweets.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"My church came through for my family when my dad passed, placed me on scholarship and employed my mum. RCCG is the best that can ever happen to you."
"What about others? Were you the only one that had admission in your church that year?"
"My aunt had an accident and her arm broke, she needed a surgery. wrote a letter to the church no response, she went to see the elders they kept on scoping her till they told her not to disturb them again. She was born in that church and she’s over 30 now and arm not still fixed."
"Those are the only churches that deserve tithe... The ones that help people in need."
"My pastor gave me money to service my car that am using for bolt job when I don’t have money."
Pastor pledges to give scholarships to Osinachi's kids
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a female Nigerian pastor identified as Prophetess Rose Kelvin openly declared her desire to give scholarships to the kids of late gospel singer Osinachi Nwachukwu who passed away on Friday, April 8 at the age of 42.
The founder of Rose Kelvin ministry was one of the many Nigerians and fans that received the Ekwueme crooner's death with shock - a death that has been enmeshed in reports of throat cancer and domestic violence.
Reacting to Osinachi's death, Rose in a post on her verified Facebook page expressed great sadness over the singer's death.
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