Friday, May 22, 2015

Creflo Dollar Running Some $$$ Game!

Stay scheming. Creflo Dollar is still a money man when it comes to the gospel. 

Non-religious affiliation is on the rise. They make up nearly 20% of the American public. Christianity is still the most recognized religion but its on the decline.The younger are not flocking to church on Sunday. They are not preaching the Bible. They're worship to a different god. The digital god.

Facebook and Snapchat are the new gods people are worshiping to.

Could you imagine what goes on in World Changers Mega Church in Atlanta?

Michael Smith (aka Creflo Dollar) is the controversial megachurch pastor who runs the church.

He is still acting a fool and he's willing to defend his buffoonery.

He told his faithful flock of future extremists that he asking for them to donate. Donate for a million dollar jet so he can travel to other nations to spread the gospel.

His first jet was badly damaged after a hard landing in England. Now the greedy minister is calling upon the faithful to give at least $300 or more to help him obtain a new jet.

To replace the old jet, Dollar launched a fundraising campaign to get his followers to pay approximately $60,000,000 for a new Gulfstream G650 jet.
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Help the Dollar fly. Buy him a jet.
The jet he wants is the "fastest plane ever built in civilian aviation.".

After receiving immediate backlash, Dollar ended his fundraising campaign. The project was kept as an option on the donation page of ministry's website.

Dollar is known for his controversial teachings regarding prosperity theology, or the gospel of wealth. He has long been criticized for living a lavish lifestyle; he owns two Rolls-Royces, a private jet, and real estate such as a million-dollar home in Atlanta, a $2.5 million home in Demarest, New Jersey, and a $2.5 million home in Manhattan, which he sold for $3.75 million in 2012.

Dollar has refused to disclose his salary. Creflo Dollar Ministries received a grade of "F" for financial transparency by the organization Ministry Watch.

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