CREFLO DOLLAR


CREFLO AUGUSTUS DOLLAR, JR. (born Michael Smith)
Is an American Word of Faith teacher, pastor, and the founder of the non-denominational World Changers Church International based in Fulton County, Georgia.
Creflo Dollar Ministerial Association (formerly called International Covenant Ministries)

In 1984, Dollar received a Bachelor of Science degree in education from West Georgia College in Carrollton.  Dollar began developing World Changers Ministries Christian Center in 1986. He held the church’s first worship service in the cafeteria of Kathleen Mitchell Elementary School in College Park, with eight people in attendance. 

He later renamed the ministry as World Changers Church International (WCCI), and the congregation moved from the cafeteria to a dedicated chapel.

Four services were held each Sunday, and Creflo added a weekly radio broadcast. On December 24, 1995, WCCI moved into its present location, the 8,500-seat facility known as the World Dome. The church has said that the nearly $20 million World Dome was built without any bank financing.

 As of 2007, the congregation reported having around 30,000 members, and $70 million in revenue (gross cash collections) for 2006.

In June 2012, Dollar was arrested in an alleged attack on his daughter, according to the Fayette County, Georgia, Sheriff's Office. The charges were dropped in January 2013 after he attended anger management classes.  The Fayette County Police Department released details of a 911 call.

In October 2012, Creflo Dollar Ministries leased Loews Paradise Theater in The Bronx for a new church location in New York.

Dollar also speaks at conferences and writes about his gospel of wealth and his involvement in televangelism.

Dollar and his wife Taffi have five children and live in Atlanta.


CREFLO SEND ME MONEY
FOR A NEW AIRPLANE 

Creflo Dollar is the 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.

THE 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 - A FAVORITE GROUP
A DOLLARS WORTH OF TUNE FROM THE 60’s 
  

GIVE ME A TICKET FOR AN AEROPLANE
Give me a ticket for an aeroplane
Ain’t got time to take a fast train
Lonely days are gone, I’ma goin' home
My baby just wrote me a letter

I don't care how much money I gotta spend
Got to get back to my baby again
Lonely days are gone, I'ma goin' home
My baby just wrote me a letter

Well she wrote me a letter
Told me she couldn't live without me no more
Listen mister can't you see
I gotta get back to my baby once more, anyway


CREFLO DOLLAR MUST HAVE BEEN MOVED BY THOSE LYRICS
I RESTRUCTURED THOSE LYRICS PERSONALLY FOR HIM

Give me  some money for a new airplane,
I’m too big a mortal to take a fast train 
I’m a going’ home,  my flock bit the bone
My accountant just wrote me a credit letter.

I don’t care how much church money I went and spent, 
60 million bucks for free sure paid the planes rent
I just charge it to their souls,
heaven still awaits their tolls
And we add their name to the scrolls...

They paid twice for the same thing, in pride,
Don’t tell them, they could of had a free ride
Not exactly thrifty, I’m in a Gulfstream 650 
They just fixed me up with a 
Plane of Gold, Silver and Chrome, nifty.

Well, they wrote me a letter from the IRS
Told me they couldn’t believe me no more
Listen Mister IRS can’t you see, I have no data for thee
I gotta get back to my baby once more...
And set them up for my next best score...


NICE PLANE, NOT GOOD ENOUGH

DON’T SEND MONEY, SEND HIM TO JAIL
The founder and leader of a controversial Atlanta-based megachurch Creflo Dollar has appealed online for 200,000 people to each donate ‘ Dollar300 or more’ so that he can buy a $65 million private jet favored by high-flying billionaires.

Reverend Creflo Dollar, 53, is the head of the World Changers Church International, a Christian ministry centered around the prosperity gospel, which preaches that God wants to bless the faithful with earthly riches.  

Funny, I was never offered that deal and I deal direct, I’m Jewish.  No middle man needed, we call prosperity a good work ethic...  Maybe he should change the name of his organization to  “Money Changers Church International”... Jesus might be more comfortable with that.

The televangelist, who is one of the most prominent African-American preachers and relies heavily on screwing his own people, in the United States, and the world, this week put a five-minute video up on his website pledging for donations for a Gulfstream G650 - which claims to be the fastest plane ever built in civilian aviation - so that ‘World Changers Church International can continue to blanket the globe with the Gospel of grace’. 

Creflo Dollar - who is known to own two Rolls Royce’s and multi-million dollar homes in Atlanta and New Jersey - last hit headlines in 2012, after being arrested for allegedly attacking his 15-year-old daughter.  
(WE CALL HIM THE REVEREND SCUMBAG)


SUPREME DRESSER - GREAT LIFESTYLE
If you are watching a guy on TV dressed like a preacher, in a 1200.00 - 2500.00  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.  They were stupid enough to fall for it,  and should insist he park his ass on Delta or Air France and give the money to charity, a legitimate one without his name on it.

Again they should all rise up, raise their hands to heaven, pray for him and tell him dump the 1500-2500 dollar suits and 1000 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
Dollar is known for his extravagant wealth which includes two multi-million dollar homes, two Rolls Royces, other expensive cars, a new 65 million dollar private jet.  Creflo Dollar Ministries made headlines several years ago when it was one of six ministries audited by U.S. Senator Charles Grassley. 

“My goal,” he said, “is to help improve accountability and good governance so tax-exempt groups maintain public confidence in their operations.” The ministry was deemed uncooperative.  MinistryWatch, an organization that reviews Christian ministries based on their financial accountability and transparency awarded 

(CREFLO DOLLAR MINISTRIES RECEIVED AN F RATING AND HAS ADDED IT TO THEIR DONOR ALERT LISTING)

Creflo Dollar is one of the foremost proponents of what has become known as prosperity gospel". This doctrine teaches that God has promised his people financial and other forms of prosperity in this life, if only God’s people will take the necessary steps to claim it.   A uniquely American creation, this false teaching has since been exported across the world where it has especially taken root in the developing world. We have deemed it a scam and  (CERTIFIED HORSESHIT) In one of his Bible studies Dollar lays it out:

As the righteousness of God, your inheritance of wealth and riches is included in the “spiritual blessings” (or spiritual things) the apostle Paul spoke of in Ephesians 1:5. Based on Psalm 112:3, righteousness, wealth and riches go hand—in—hand. You have every right to possess material wealth—clothes, jewelry, houses, cars and money—in abundance.  It is that wealth that not only meets your needs, but also spreads the Gospel message and meets the needs of others.

The Bible says that wealth is stored up for the righteous (Proverbs 13:22, New American Standard). However, it will remain stored up until you claim it. Therefore, claim it now! You possess the ability to seize and command wealth and riches to come to you (Deuteronomy 8:18). Exercise that power by speaking faith-filled words daily and taking practical steps to eradicate debt. Like God, you can speak spiritual blessings into existence (Romans 4:17). Remember, doubt keeps silent, but faith speaks!”  (UNLESS THAT FAITH IS HORSESHIT DRIVEN)



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