- Ayanda Borotho doesn't approve of preaching to people's egos
- She feels that doing so is destroying people, leaving them with broken spirits
- The actress released her own book about reclaiming her identity as a woman
Isibaya actress Ayanda Borotho doesn't think that it's good that people's egos are being preached to.
According to her, this leaves people and churches with broken spirits rather than healing anyone.
"Church is not a place. Church is people. This preaching to the ego is destroying our people because we rub the ego and still leave 'church' with broken spirits."
Briefly.co.za gathered that Ayanda wrote a book about taking back her identity as a woman, Unbecoming to Become.
Here's what TimesLIVE also reported she had to say about ministry:
"Ministry is not confined to the definitions of the world nor is it exclusive. It can unfold anywhere, as long as you are true and sincere with your intentions. I attended 'church' yesterday, there was no pastor, but there was love."
Ayanda added that her book isn't meant to speak to people's egos.
"This book was never meant to speak to anyone's ego. It was meant to heal the spirits of the broken. We have to change the way we see the world if we want the world to change."
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