Kenyan Pastor Forbids Women To Wear Underwear in Church…Yes, He’s Serious.

Thou shalt not wear panties to church, says one pastor in Kenya
Thou shalt not wear panties to church, says one pastor in Kenya


*A pastor in Kenya feels that when women wear underwear, they are not as close to God as they should be so…

Off with your drawers and bras, women!

According to the Kenyan Post, Reverend Njohi said women who attend his services at the Lord’s Propeller Redemption Church in Nairobi are forbidden from wearing bras and underwear. Njohi said when going to church, people need to be “free in body and spirit” so they can receive Christ.

Now, I don’t mean any disrespect here but, can’t you just picture God shaking his head and saying, “Forgive Him my people, he done lost his mind.”

Of course this rule only applies to the female population because men, it appears, can reach God just fine with their underwear on.

This isn’t an optional thing either, according to Metro:

The pastor added there would be grave consequences if his female members did not adhere to the new rule, which was reportedly adhered to as most women are said to have attended the next service with no underwear.

Mothers were told to check their daughters to make sure they don’t have underwear on, so they can be close to Jesus.

Thanks to for excerpts of this article.

4 thoughts on “Kenyan Pastor Forbids Women To Wear Underwear in Church…Yes, He’s Serious.”

  1. I wonder if there’ll be another story in the near future about how this pastor has hidden cameras throughout his church at or near floor level, under the pews, etc., or perhaps mirrors or something.

    I’ve heard a great many odd religious beliefs, but I would think “You should not wear underwear so you can be closer to Jesus” would be gender-nonspecific if this is actually a legitimately held religious belief… Unless he thinks Jesus Himself is interested in the women of his congregation in a less-than-platonic way, though I’d still think that’s almost as creepy as actually having cameras.

    Also, that bit about “receiving Christ” is a bit of an odd choice of words, considering the subject matter. Was that actually how the reverend worded it, or was that the writer of this article making a joke?

  2. 妊娠したい人は多いのに、現代なかなか赤ちゃんがやってきてくれないことは文明病ともいえ、毎日のスタイルを改善すると90%以上が妊娠できるはずです。








  3. 妊娠したい人は多いのに、このご時世なかなか赤ちゃんがおなかに宿ってくれないことは文明病ともいえ、毎日のスタイルを改善すると90%以上が解消できるはずです。








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