About a month ago prosperity preacher Creflo Dollar set up a website to collect money from his followers to help him finance the purchase of a $65,000,000 Gulfstream 650 jet. That’s right. I said $65,000,000. The site was taken down after media criticism.
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Check out this video criticizing Pastor Creflo Dollar.
Pastor Dollar is upset over the criticism he has received from the media. As he puts it “The devil has blocked his dream.”
Prosperity gospel pastor Creflo Dollar responded recently to critics of his campaign to buy a very pricey Gulfstream G650.
Dollar noted in a recent address to his congregants that the devil was attempting to discredit him in regards to his campaign seeking $300 from 200,000 people globally to help buy the luxury jet.
In a newly posted five-minute clip on YouTube, the Atlanta-area pastor speaks to his followers at World Changers Church International, tackling his critics and allegations about tithes, his real name and reports alleging members of having to reveal their W2 statuses to come into the church’s sanctuary.
“(The devil thinks) I got to discredit that man before he starts showing people Jesus!” Dollar preaches to loud applause.
Creflo Dollar currently owns a 1984 Gulfstream G-1159A which is falling apart. He wants to purchase a new plane so he can help spread the word of Jesus all over the world. My question is why can’t he just fly commercial like everyone else? If he needs his own plane that badly then he should use his own money and pay on an installment plan. From what I’ve read his net worth is over $27,000,000. And he’s trying to scam money off others who aren’t as fortunate financially as he is? Why is it necessary for everyone else to pay for his extravagance?