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World Mission Society Church of God, a racist cult?

The World Mission Society Church of God is not a Racist Cult! - Nkiru

The World Mission Society Church of God is not a Racist Cult!

Nkiru is a member of the World Mission Society Church of God who disagrees with individuals that accuse the church of being racist. Watch her explain her story in this video. Nkiru would like to clarify the lies and rumors about how the World Mission Society Church of God  is a racist Church who looks down on its members of color. To put it in her own words:

Hi. This is Nkiru and I have been a member of the World Mission Society Church of God for more than six years. I recently heard allegations about racism in the Church of God. I’m African American and my background is actually West African. As a new member, i noticed that a lot of the new members’ backgrounds were very different, however I never felt separated. My parents at first didn’t like me attending the World Mission Society Church of God, but after they attended Church services and church events, my father said the following: “If anyone wants to find happiness, they should come to the Church of God.” I’ve actually experienced racism growing up in New York, I had friends whose parents didn’t want them to hang out with me, simply because I’m black. If you come to visit any of the Churches of God, you’ll experience the same thing that I’ve experienced.

Just like Nkiru, many other members of the WMSCOG can easily disprove the false accusations being made against the Church. You can read more testimonies from World Mission Society Church of God members and share yours as well. The teachings of the World Mission Society Church of God are creating beautiful communities with tolerance and respect for one another.

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  1. Emily

    Racisism is can’t not happen in WMSCOG, beacuse God is love, and church of God following God’s word and example. See it in Action.

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