Gospel Singer Nelson Misikhu Faults Churches for Not Supporting Flood Victims Despite Collecting Offerings

Gospel Singer Nelson Misikhu Faults Churches for Not Supporting Flood Victims Despite Collecting Offerings

On an interview with Tuko.co.ke Nelson Misikhu a Kenya gospel artist stated that more churches focused on business activities than helping members considering the fact that they collect offerings.

Are churches helping members during crises?

The statement of Nelson was backed by the recent flood disaster in Kenya claiming churches do not come up with assistance through charitable donations to help the situation.

“When the floods happened, did you see any church offering aid? Their preoccupation is with internal conflicts within the church in front of the congregation, which is why God is shutting down such churches because they do not represent Him… it’s all business… We should invest in people, not edifices,” he said.

How can church support gospel artistes?

According to Misikhu Nelson is the duty of christian leaders to aid gospel artist through invitations of which they can minister in churches and get financial support.

He also belief that gospel artist should not pass through hard challenges with the existence of the church.

“Gospel artistes shouldn’t have to suffer from depression while the church stands by. Yet, church leaders are failing to provide support. They expect gospel musicians to offer their talents for free, which is unjust. Whenever I voice the truth, they accuse me of attacking the church,” Said Misikhu.

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