Pastor’s kids (PKs) often become rebellious and they grow up to be the complete opposite of their parents. Confessions of a pastor’s kid is a journey of a young boy Sipho who grows as a typical pastor’s kid, exposed to all the harsh realities that pastor’s kids have to endure. He grows up observing how his father was called by God, leaving a good paying job only to experience extreme poverty as he was starting a church in the rural small town called Mount Ayliff in Eastern Cape. It’s a story of a boy who is growing at church and have to balance being a boy and being an “Angel” as most pastor’s kids often have to act and behave in the eyes of the society. At the end of this book the reader will have a better understanding of why PKs end up being so bad and rebellious. My hope as you read this book is that at the end you will be able to emphathise with the PKs, understand the pressures that they have to bear and know that as rebellious as some tend up to be, most of them are a result of the undue pressures that are exerted at them at a very young age.
Confessions of a pastor’s kid
A pastor doesn’t give birth to a pastor, this is a popular saying that in many times it’s true.