Posted by Craig Borlase on 10 June 2014

 

Chances are, you sit somewhere between seeing them as a naked display of arrogance and ambition or a divinely-inspired incentive to worship.

But whether they’re a harmless example of cultural relevance or another step towards questionable integrity, this is our Friday Pickle:

should worship leaders put their pictures on album covers?

We want to know what you think. And, if you can ask Benny and Nola to get in touch, that would be just great.

 

 benny norma

 

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