London: church offers to pay off people’s debt
The House Of Praise church in Camberwell, part of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, is offering to pay off people’s debt ...
The House Of Praise in Camberwell, part of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, in the wake of their popular community foodbank project, is now offering to pay off people’s debt.
Senior Pastor, Andrew Adeleke, said, “With personal debt owed by people in the UK at £1.484 trillion, our church is committed to playing its part in the community by helping people to overcome their debt problems.”
Every Sunday in September the House of Praise church in partnership with Financial Peace University will be taking the radical step of taking time out from its normal services to present practical seminars in getting out of debt.
The seminars will be delivered by Pastor Andrew, a successful businessman and entrepreneur in his own right, and Dave Ramsey, a 20-year practitioner and advisor in mastering debt reduction to living a life of abundance.
Each week, the House Of Praise will also select three people at random from visitors to pay off their debts up to the value of £150 each on production of their bills
Pastor Andrew (right), said, “I know people are thinking this is some kind of gimmick, but we are very serious about doing our bit to help people to reduce debt and encourage them to be financially independent.
"We believe that owing less money is exactly the same as having more money and is a necessary precondition for building wealth."
- £1.484 trillion of personal debt is owed by people in the UK, based on figures released in June 2016 by the Money Charity
- Pastors Andrew and Yemi Adeleke are the senior pastors of the House Of Praise. The church is a member of the Redeemed Christian Church Of God (RCCG), a worldwide movement of more than 8,000 churches, started in Nigeria. The General Overseer is Pastor E A Adeboye
- Pastor Andrew Adeleke is also a Regional Pastor with oversight responsibility for more than 80 RCCG churches in the UK
- The House of Praise church building in Camberwell have plans pending for a £7 million transformation to provide more community facilities, meeting rooms, a cafeteria and more jobs in the area for local people (watch this space!)
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