This Church In Congo Allows Members To Drink Beer During A Serviceby Raj Akhmed 18/04/2017 06:12:00 0 comments 1 Views
African churches will never cease to surprise us.
Now a church in Congo called Louzolo Amour is allowing members of its congregation to drink beer during church services. The church hierarchy believe that beer which they call “biéramicine” helps to chase away demons.
The controversial church is said to have been founded by a man known as Guy Emile Loufoua Cetikouabo, who proclaimed himself God, and claimed to be invisible.
Guy is now dead but church members still believe he is represented on earth in spirit by their current leader known as Charles Mikoungui Loundou. Talk of ultimate brainwashing.
The Sunday services last up to 9 hours and focus on healing which is achieved by sipping beer and singing praise songs.
A lot of people claim to have been healed and delivered from their problems hence people from different backgrounds flock to the church to get a piece of the miracles too.
A church member holds a beer bottle.
A church goer by the name Kondi Jean- Jacques, told African News:
“I arrived here sick, brother Mikoungui gave me a bottle of beer, I drank a first sip, and a second, at the third one, I went into a trance, I then felt better. I believe beer can heal, if you drink it with faith”
Someone stop the madness, please. Beer and healing?