“But in a great house there are not only vessels of gold and of silver, but also of wood and of earth; and some to honour, and some to dishonor…” (2Timothy2:20).
PASTOR AKINDELE-THOMPSON: “The forgotten one”. He laboured and sacrificed tirelessly in the vineyard, only to be ‘forgotten’ and seemingly by-passed, in moments of reward.
SISTER AMAKA&SISTER LIZZY: The money-driven and power-hungry women. They hurried their budding husbands to the top, putting themselves at the driving wheels of the Ministry and rebranded their roles from “Parish Mummies” to “First Ladies of the Parish” just for worldly cravings and societal expectations.
BROTHER ERASTUS: The retrenched Court Clerk: With consummate zeal and spiritual razzmatazz, he emerged in church, and subtly arose a ‘General’ over the church members.
Their lives met and connected in a most intriguing way, until each person’s work was forced to face the test of fire…
“The First Ladies in the Cathedral” is an interesting satire that mirrors the “mixed multitudes” in the church today, and how to deal with them.
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