*WARNING* (Stranger Danger) To the Church!

07 Aug

As a fellow Pastor and Christian, I feel It is my duty to warn all local churches and church members, especially in the immediate area.

There have been numerous reports of a man coming in many of our local churches and intentionally causing trouble. According to the description I was given, aside from having long hair and a beard, he is described as being rather plain looking, medium height and wears very loose clothing.

There was a report of him entering a church and acting quite berserk. Throwing tables, yelling and frightening allot of people with his violent behavior.

I’ve been told that this man drinks alcohol frequently and according to a very reputable church, has a serious drinking problem. (or as they put it, a drunkard)

He has literally been seen with loose women and other people of questionable character and morals.

He has on different occasions entered some of our finest churches and Tabernacles and intentionally, publicly insulted the priests in front of everyone present. 

Hopefully, if this man should try entering your church, your deacons and ushers can be prepared and if you wish, deter him from entering without any kind of violence or scene that could be witnessed by your congregation.

I have heard that several churches have refused to let him enter, though he seems very persistent.

Little else is known about him except that he goes by the name of “Jesus” and comes from a city called Nazareth, located somewhere in one of those “middle east” country’s where all the trouble is going on.

It is my sincere prayer that you or your church do not have to negatively confront this man. Then again, maybe he can be converted, so he could be more like us and no longer a threat to the church.

God Bless You

– Courtesy of Pastor D. Douglass


Posted by on August 7, 2011 in Uncategorized


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3 responses to “*WARNING* (Stranger Danger) To the Church!

  1. Jess

    August 8, 2011 at 8:18 AM

    This is funny and sad at the same time. How many churches can relate to this? Probably thousands. Good read, thanks.

  2. Evette Wagner

    August 9, 2011 at 6:45 PM

    You had me going. LOL. Loved it as usual, puts things in perspective.

    • iampastorswife

      August 9, 2011 at 8:41 PM

      LOL Sis. Evette, it had me going as well. Thanks for reading!


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