“The deadly ‘virus’ of homosexuality has infiltrated ACNA. This is likened to a Yeast that should be urgently and radically expunged and excised lest it affects the whole dough.” – Archbishop Ndukuba, Anglican Church of Nigeria
We, in the West, do not like to let go of things. This is proven by the storage industry. Last year alone, Americans spent $38 billion on self-storage – to store things they wanted to keep, but did not want to see, use or touch. Hmm. What could $38 billion, used differently do?
“Personally, I have no interest in becoming the matriarch of nations. But I’m hard pressed to know what my deepest yearning would truly be. If God were to make a covenant with me and were to change my name — what do I want most in all the world?”
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