Church takeover caught on tape

I’ve never quite seen anything like this.

It’s the story of a pastor that was supposedly fired three months ago.

But ‘hell no, he won’t go’.  (Sorry about that… but it seemed appropriate).

See what happens in this church service.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwOITOUFj3E#at=354

Could this NOT have been done outside of the main service?

Thoughts?

4 Comments

  • AM July 23, 2013 Reply

    It’s so sad that this has to happen at all. I understand from a member of Pastor Rollinson’s prior church in RHSC that he did the same thing in their church. It is alleged that he robbed their bank account and attempted to take over their church and was ousted there as well. All I can say is “who can understand sin?”

  • DA July 24, 2013 Reply

    “every man has the right to force his opinion???”

  • Todd July 25, 2013 Reply

    Notice how many cell phones are out filming it? Nothing is done in secret anymore… Churches need to remember that. For good or for bad.

    • Rev. K. A. Christian August 15, 2013 Reply

      Todd,
      the cell phones isn’t the problem… its the unethical behavior that’s ruining many of congregations… mostly every pastor is under a mutual contract whereby, if either party wants to disolve the contract they may do so and go their seperate ways… I don’t understand why this preacher felt the need to stay when his contract was disolved… I rather leave then to cause confussion or a split in the congregation…

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