Strange and Unusual STORIES

by Dr. Steven White
President of PWBC

A Stupid Thing to Fight Over

A few weeks ago, in the State of Georgia, in the United States, a husband and his wife decided to go through a McDonald’s Dive Thru, and they got into a vicious fight with the McDonald’s employee over a packet of Splenda!

Apparently, when they asked for the Splenda, the employee told them they had to come into the store to get it.  That turned into a loud argument which escalated into the husband and wife exiting their car, throwing drinks at the employee! The wife crawled through the Pass-Thru window and hit the manager in the leg with a chair!  The couple was arrested and charged.  All over a packet of Splenda.

People have been known to fight over the stupidest things.

Him: What do you want for dinner?

Her: I don’t know, you pick.

Him: Chinese?

Her: Yuck!

Him: Pizza?

Her: Gross!

Him: Mexican.

Her: Are you dumb?

Him: Well, what do you want?

Her: I DON’T KNOW!!  Just make a decision.

Him: Ok, Italian it is.

Her: Blah!

Him: I want to break up!

Church members have also been known to fight over the colour of hymn books, over which picture of Jesus to put in the Foyer, over whether or not to sing Happy Birthday to someone in the church, and the list goes.

Beloved, If we are to fight, let us wage spiritual warfare against our real enemy – Satan!  But when it comes to Brothers and Sisters in the Lord, let us obey what the Bible says in Romans 12:10 Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another;


Take Online Courses!

God has enabled PWBC to offer courses that are available online. This is a good opportunity for those who want to earn their Bible training but do not have the ability to attend full-time at Bible College.


Stay Connected

Follow PWBC on three different social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. You are able to see the latest events that are happening in Bible College.


Be Part of Training Men and Women

You can be a part of opening a door of opportunity to those who would be willing to serve God in fulltime service or helping the college to train future leaders for the Lord.