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Bishop Nii Appiakai Tackie-Yarboi

Social media attacks on churches demoralising

THE PRESIDING Bishop of Victory Bible Church International, Bishop Nii Appiakai Tackie-Yarboi has expressed concern about how the Church is being attacked through social media.

According Bishop Tackie-Yarboi, all sorts of false stories are being peddled on social media against pastors and Christians and they are demoralising some people.

“We read some stories about a pastor committing a crime and you hear all manner of lambasting against the church but later find out that it was acting but the harm has already been done” he said.

He was referring to the actors playing false prophet and causing women to remove their underwear while shaving them as an abominable thing against the church.

He made this known during his Church’s flagship programme dubbed, ‘Wonderful Jesus.’

According to him, it is time for Christians to understand that everything on earth is about fight.

Bishop Tackie-Yarboi, thus advised the citizenry not to believe everything that is published on social media and admonished believers not to give up on their dreams but should continue to fight till their dreams come to pass.

He quoted Matthew 6: 33 and explained that God expects believers to seek to dominate on earth.

‘The Kingdom of God is a relationship and God wants the earth but unfortunately we also want to go to heaven so who will do the work on earth,” he asked.

Bishop Tackie-Yarboi further advised Christians to stop being lazy and work hard to dominate in their various careers.

The Presiding Bishop called on believers to stop behaving like spirits and approach issues like human beings because there is work to do on earth.



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