A church has been accused of refusing to officiate the burial of a man because he stopped paying tithe a few years before his death.
Tithe is common among-st Pentecostal Christians and is regarded as one-tenth part of something, paid as a contribution to a religious organization. This is coming after a young man shared what happened to his friend’s father. He wrote:
Not many Christians believe in tithing and this debate has been on for years. For some traditional burial it is expected that the deceased family is expected to pay outstanding dues of the deceased.
So is it wrong for a church to act likewise?