Arizona pastor Steven Anderon said he prayed for God to kill Caitlyn Jenner. He explained to his congregation at Faithful Word Baptist Church that it was not wrong to pray for the deaths of your enemies, including, apparently, transvestite Caitlyn (previously Bruce) Jenner.
Last year, Anderson (of the Faithful Word Baptist Church) predicted an “AIDS-free Christmas” if all LGBT people were put to death.
Miracles usually bring Christians together, but a Las Vegas church was recently divided by one because some members didn’t agree with the source of the miracle. The Church Abundant Living Las Vegas recently saw a miracle when Mike Persi, who had been unable to walk without assistance for 33 years, was finally able to take his first steps.
How did he do it? He claims Yoga was the answer.
While many members of the Abundant Living Las Vegas congregation, including Pastor Bob Perry, are thrilled and feel that this is a miracle, others are not so sure, and have left the church as a result, writes Buzzfeed.
The story of one man’s healing brings to light a national controversy that exists among Christians as to whether yoga is something that Christian’s should partake in, writes Buzzfeed.
Many believers are at best skeptical of yoga, based on yoga’s roots in Eastern religion. As Mike Persi is beginning to walk again, many feel this miracle is not of God, but rather of a different, potentially evil, source.
Pastor Bob Perry continues to support Mike and his path to recovery. When Mike came to him with questions about yoga, Perry says “I told Mike to pray, to hear from God, and to be led by peace.”
Perry says he’s been very impressed with how Mike has handled this controversy and not let him sway him from his goals.
According to Wikipedia: James David Manning is chief pastor at the ATLAH World Missionary Church on 123rd Street in New York City. Manning grew up in Red Springs, North Carolina, born to an African American family, and has been at ATLAH since 1981.