Creflo Dollar – Founder of World Changers International, more recently better known as being the guy who told his global congregation to “plant seeds” (code for sending him money) so he could buy a $65 million dollar jet that he wanted. Sadly, he got the money from people eager to plant seeds and reap eventually goodness in return for their generosity.  Something about this message just seems to resonate with those who have little, and guys like this take full advantage.

AVVO - Creflo Dollar—Creflo Dollar was another televangelist who ignored the Senate’s request for probes into financial records. Dollar claimed he was concerned about the privacy of his donors, and he said that if the IRS requested it, he would send it over. 

However, since it was Congress asking for the information, he wouldn’t do so without a subpoena.  His church made $69 million back in 2006, and the church also provided him with a Rolls Royce. In Dollar’s words “Just because it (my life) is excessive doesn’t necessarily mean it’s wrong.” 


Jefferson airplane, one of my favorite groups from the late 60’s wrote a song with the following lyrics:   

Give me a ticket for an airplane, ain’t got time to take a fast train.   
Lonely days are gone, I’m a goon’ home, my baby just wrote me a letter.    
Creflo Dollar must have been moved by those lyrics and we’ll help him out by restructuring those lyrics personally for him:

Give me a some money for a new airplane, ain’t got time to take a fast train.  My older plane is mostly gone, I’m a going’ home,  in my new plane, my accountant just wrote me a credit letter.

If you are watching a guy on TV dressed like a preacher, in a 1200.00 - 1500.00  suit, in this case Creflo Dollar, that tells you to send him money to do Gods work, call his hotline and tell him, God has spoken to you and you were so moved you decided to give to the poor box at the local church you attend instead and you saved 50 cents postage.  Tell him the money you gave directly to feed the poor just eliminated his 90% commission on your  donation.  

You just wanted him to know your money went direct to help the poor and not to put gas in his Rolls Royce.   If you can afford a Rolls Royce, he had two of them, worth a half million dollars, and million dollar mansions on both coasts, why ask for money.  

Tell the crook to cash himself in, sell his Rolex’s, get a sundial, don a brown cloak and sandals and walk on water….he’ll frickin drown.  His claim is that the opulent life style is not his they are all in the Ministries name.  OOPs, he is full of crap, he owns the ministry.

And ask him to send his financials to Senator Grassley's sub committee. Our LORD never hired these guys or their fake cohorts and the LORD gets around pretty good in real business class making floods, landslides, and burning bushes with ease, never asking for financial help.

Now this Jesus Con Man is asking his flock, who have to be mostly morons because I can’t think of another name to call them if they believe this crook, to donate 300 dollars a head to purchase a new Gulfstream 650 luxury Jet.   

Again they should all rise up, raise their hands to heaven, pray for him and tell him dump the 1500 dollar suits and 300 dollar shoes, park his last Rolls Royce, get a monks robe, sandals and walk from LA to Key West preaching the gospel.    

Travel options… park his butt on Delta or Air France, economy class with the cheap wine when he takes his entourage to spread the gospel which is another way of getting money from other countries.  He travels to grab money not donate it to who has a need.   He is in my top ten of Jesus crooks.