Creflo Dollar Says Jesus Died So People Can Be Wealthy Then Deletes Post Just when you thought Creflo’s $65 million private plane was ridiculous… Via Christian Today: Pastor and popular preacher Creflo Dollar has carried out an apparent u-turn
Creflo Dollar’s Tweet About Jesus Dying For Our Prosperity Sparks Backlash Christ-lovin’ cash getter Creflo A. Dollar, Jr. has always been suspect when it comes to his attitude towards money and Christianity and he’s not doing a damn thing
Calling Megareverend John Oliver: You may want to look into what Pastor Creflo Dollar, previously seen begging his followers to chip in so he could buy a $65 million personal jet, posted on Twitter:
On Sunday, Last Week Tonight host John Oliver delivered a blistering takedown of televangelists who make tons of money on the backs of their gullible followers. One of the pastors highlighted in the piece was Creflo Dollar who, earlier this year, asked for a $65 million handout so he could buy a plane. Show More Summary
A trailer for the controversial new reality show "So You Think You Can Preach," where hundreds of lay preachers are already clamoring for the opportunity to become "the next T.D. Jakes, Creflo Dollar, Benny Hinn, Kenneth Copeland, Eddie...Show More Summary
He said this with a straight face…
Here’s a lesson in Prosperity Pimping 101: gaslight and manipulate your congregation. If you’re not familiar with the term gaslighting, it means to manipulate someone by psychological means into questioning their own sanity or beliefs. And that’s exactly what Creflo Dollar seems to be doing with his congregation on his quest for a new jet.
Atlanta “prosperity gospel” minister and megachurch pastor Creflo Dollar briefly addressed his desire for a multimillion-dollar Gulfstream G650 jet over the weekend, saying people who criticized him didn’t have a godly worldview. “See, don’t get upset when the world...
From Creflo Dollar to Kenneth Copeland, late night comedian John Oliver delivered a brutal takedown Sunday of a group of televangelists and related churches known for preaching "the prosperity gospel" on his HBO program "Last Week Tonight" that has now gone viral.
After the big hoopla over his public appeal for his donors to fund a $65 million luxury jet for his ministry, televangelist Creflo Dollar has dialed things down a bit by refocusing his efforts on touching lives with the Gospel through a project to reach a "billion souls for Jesus" and no donation toward this endeavor is too small.
Rapper Immortal Technique isn’t too keen on the fact that pastor Creflo Dollar requested and was later approved for a $65 million jet so that he can “continue to blanket the globe with the Gospel of grace.” “Creflo Dollar isn’t
Using Creflo Dollar's $65 million Gulfstream jet as one example of exploiting the poor, NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar slammed prosperity gospel advocates, comparing them to indulgence peddlers made famous during the Church's Reformation era.
Popular televangelist and founder of World Changers Church International, Creflo Dollar, says the world's perception of God is twisted, particularly when it comes to His treatment of sin.
Creflo Dollar doesn’t need your help buying a $65 million luxury jet -- not when his international ministry team has promised to buy him one. The board of directors behind the popular televangelist's nonprofit organization World Changers...Show More Summary
Well, the aptly named Pastor Creflo Dollar is at it again. The most recent time he was in the news was in reference to Dollar’s $80 million per year church, as reported by the Inquisitr. News reports highlighted the fact that CrefloShow More Summary
Creflo Dollar’s Ministry Says He’s Getting $65 Million Jet It’s their money and they can spend it on a $65 million jet if they want to, the board of directors for Creflo Dollar’s ministry said. Via AJC: In a
In March I first wrote about Creflo Dollar, the mega-Church pastor and preacher of "Prosperity Gospel," who was asking his members to help him fund a $65 million Gulfstream G650. The church even created a fundraising video, which atShow More Summary
Remember a couple of months ago, when Pastor Creflo Dollar asked his followers for enough money to purchase a $65 million plane? (For Jesus.) A month later, we learned the fundraiser was cancelled (though it's unclear how much money they took in before that). Show More Summary
Ministry still plans to tap its 3 million donors for a new plane The board of Creflo Dollar Ministries has apologized for an online fundraising video seeking $60 million in donations for a new private plane, saying the request caused...Show More Summary