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The services – usually three on a Sunday – feature a live Christian rock band, with professional stage lighting and big-screen displays.C7 also runs prayer groups, a food bank and leadership training.When you are being told by someone who you have listened to for a long time that you would be throwing away something you have worked towards, you do question, “Is this the right thing to do?”.’, 31, from Renfrew, also joined the church when she was a student and was a member for five years.Chloe Green, 26, is the daughter of British retail billionaire businessman Sir Philip Green.The controversial tycoon, who recently suffered a £135m profit crash, is the owner of a string of retailers including Topshop and Topman, and is the chairman of retail company the Arcadia Group.Those on the periphery can just be there and have a Christian life.But the closer you are to Jason, the more you realise something isn’t right.’She added: ‘People are terrified to leave.
All humanity needs to learn the art of serving to move their lives forward.’Asked about requesting tithes, Mr Cask said: ‘That’s not me, that’s a Bible teaching. I teach people that generosity moves your life forward and would encourage any person that generosity opens up opportunity for you.‘There are loads of people in church, I’m the servant leader.I wanted to please Jason so eagerly – I didn’t want to seem like I didn’t love God enough.’She added: ‘I was so oblivious, prancing around like, “you guys [her family] don’t understand, you don’t have the kingdom culture, you don’t understand that I’m doing, I’m made of a different thing from you”.Horrific.’Even while working for free, Ms Summers handed over 10 per cent of her income.‘Let's do something really cool for God,’ urges Pastor Jason Cask as he takes to the stage in the unlikely setting of an industrial estate in a rundown and deprived area of Scotland’s biggest city.
Wearing a trendy jacket and a radio mic, the founder of the C7 church calls on his congregation to dig deep and donate.Behind him, a screen shows ways to pay as he booms out the options: ‘You can give by credit card or debit card or cash, you can write out cheques...’For the 200-or-so young people at the service – some cheering at his every word – there can be no doubt: the Lord’s work will be done only when you fund it.