- Pastor Khaya Mthetwa was interviewed recently on Metro FM and chatted about sensitive issues
- He gave insight into how he believes the church should respond to the gay community
- He was even asked if he would be a pastor if he was gay
In a radio interview Pastor Khaya Mthetwa revealed how he believes gays should be treated by the church.
OKmzansi reported how the pastor did not shy away from the topic and spoke openly on Metro FM about his feelings on the matter.
“I think the church must stop picking and choosing what’s right for them and really focus on the message of the cross and loving people and allowing people to be who they are and allowing God to minister into their lives,” he said.
He was also asked if her would still be a pastor if he was gay, to which he openly stated he had never thought about it.
Still an incredibly controversial issue, Briefly.co.za reported recently on 5 phrases of wisdom from a South African gay pastor.
While in another article we shared how one Cape Town pastor blames gay people for the drought.
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