The Reverend Archbishop Major General Dr. T. B. Duncan-Judas, CEO and founder of Holy Gospel Anointed Mountain Of Abundant Faith and Blessings International Believers has offered to deliver the Methodist Church of Ghana from the “spirit of indebtedness.”
This follows reports suggesting the Methodist Church is struggling to contain the ballooning interests on a GHC 1m loan facility obtained to undertake expansion projects at the Methodist University College.
T. B. Duncan-Judas who was speaking at his synagogue during this morning’s weekday service said he “found it difficult to understand why the Methodist Church was going through such financial tribulations when their offertory baskets where always overflowing with GHC50 notes every Sunday.” He compared the current state of the Methodist Church to the nation of Ghana, explaining that “although both are blessed with lots of resources, they both find themselves wallowing in debt.” He added that it is “a shame the church could not seek an IMF bailout.”
Rev. T. B. Duncan-Judas also explained that the church’s inability to honour its debts was a “spiritual issue” which could not be addressed by burdening the congregation with levies. He offered to lead a 365 day prayer and fasting session to drive out the spirit of indebtedness, adding that the prayers will only work “if the Methodist clergymen and women were prepared to sacrifice their fat pay checks and allowances to service the loan” during the intercession period.