Last month, Creflo Dollar, the Atlanta-based pastor of World Changers Church tried to raise $60 million to buy a Gulfstream G650 jet. He said it would help him continue his missionary work around the world. But mostly, he just raised...Show More Summary
John M. Perkins, a civil rights leader and father of the racial reconciliation movement, criticized pastor Creflo Dollar's former fundraising campaign for a new $65 million private jet as "evil," "heresy," and "exploitation," as he explained the damage prosperity preachers have done to black communities.
Weeks ago, when Creflo Dollar asked his congregation to buy him a G6 jet, the minister felt the wrath of millions online. There was so much wrath, Dolla-Dollar Bill dismantled his online fundraising campaign within hours. The audacity of Dollar’s asking his congregation to pay for a jet. Show More Summary
Kirk Franklin Slams Creflo Dollar Private Jet Campaign Creflo Dollar isn’t preaching to the choir these days. Gospel sensation Kirk Franklin slyly slammed the pastor in a recent op-ed he wrote for Patheos.com about the importance of character. The singer
A couple of weeks ago I posted about Creflo Dollar, the mega-church preacher who wanted his congregation to fund a $65 million Gulfstream G650 for him. Because if each of his 200,000 members donated "just" $300-and-some-odd-dollars,Show More Summary
Creflo Dollar’s "Project G650" campaign to get 200,000 people to donate money to fund the purchase of a private $65 million Gulfstream G650 airplane for his ministry is now defunct. His ambitious request to replace his malfunctioning...Show More Summary
Televangelist Creflo Dollar recently came under public scrutiny for trying to raise $65 million to purchase a luxurious G650 jet for his ministry, but for those who listen to his sermons and follow his teachings, Dollar is simply following the "prosperity gospel" which he backs up with his interpretation of the Bible.
Predictably, some of the defenders of Creflo Dollar's appeal for donors to buy him a $65 million private jet accused those of us who took issue with this unnecessary extravagance of having the same attitude as Judas. This is an absurd, ugly, and even dangerous misuse of the words of Jesus.
Gospel star Kirk Franklin fired wincing shots at "a pastor who wants people to buy him a private plane" Monday, the same day popular televangelist Creflo Dollar abandoned an appeal to the public to help him purchase a $65 million luxury G650 airplane for his ministry.
Comedian Larry Wilmore and host of Comedy Central's "The Nightly Show" criticized and poked fun at the actions of televangelist Creflo Dollar and other "prosperity gospel" preachers as part of his opening segment on Wednesday night's show.
On Wednesday’s Nightly Show, host Larry Wilmore and his panel attacked “prosperity gospel” preachers like Creflo Dollar for exploiting their congregations in the name of Jesus Christ. The “prosperity gospel” is the fastest growing Protestant group according to...
Apparently Creflo Dollar is too good to fly with everybody else. I suppose a net worth of $27 million dollars means that God has elevated you to heights that the average man and woman could never comprehend. Maybe sitting with the average...Show More Summary
Plain and simple: Pastor Creflo Dollar is a disgrace. Today's headlines read: "Creflo Dollar's lofty plan seeks $65M jet for global missions." And if that wasn't enough, the man bearing the name Dollar, is asking 200,000 people to contribute...Show More Summary
Never have I reached out to readers and solicited money for a just cause. But Atlanta-based televangelist couple Creflo and Taffi Dollar recently asked their congregation to buy them a new jet.
Unless he was offering direct flights to and from heaven, there was no way in hell Creflo Dollar was going to successfully raise $65 million for a new Gulfstream G650 jet via his own website.
After a bruising weekend handling ferocious backlash over his campaign to acquire a $65 million Gulfstream G650 airplane with planned donations of $300 or more from 200,000 people, controversial televangelist and founder of World Changers...Show More Summary
Creflo Dollar, who heads the Atlanta-area World Changers Church International, asked congregants to donate to Project G650, a campaign to buy a $65 million Gulfstream G650 airplane. The church said it needs 200,000 people to give at least $300 U.S. dollars to fund the 18-passenger luxury plane.
If there’s one thing everyone always says about church it’s that they need more private jets. The eponymous Creflo Dollar (I cannot believe this is his name), Pastor at World Changers International Church in Georgia, is seeking funds for a $67 million jet with which he plans to spread his godly message around the world. […]
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Faced with a huge social media backlash after appealing to his parishioners to buy him a brand new $65 million Gulfstream jet, the head of the Creflo Dollar Ministries has taken his “Project G650? donation page offline, reports WXIA. Earlier in the week, Pastor Creflo Dollar encouraged...