FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: ………………Monday, July 4th, 2011
Kenneth Copeland, Creflo Dollar, and Kellie Swisher
FORT WORTH, TEXAS: “Con them, shoot them, or divorce them!” Those seem to be the vogue relationship tactics of some televangelists today.
Major financial problems seem to be plaguing the “godfather of prosperity.” Convention cancellations, payroll cut-backs, media budget slashing — and even golf-tournament fundraising — cannot seem to slow Copeland’s financial “ship” as it dives toward the ocean floor.
Of course, the entire fiscal foundation of Kenneth Copeland (alleged) “Ministries” (KCM) is based upon deceiving its followers into thinking that the “prosperity gospel” that they teach will work for them. That provides KCM’s revenue, through resulting product sales and donations, in order to fund the lavish lifestyles of the Copeland family (as was featured recently on a CBS “Inside Edition” investigative report). Recently updated with new information, however, Copeland’s Financial “Titanic” is Sinking Faster examines the evidence that suggests that the “prosperity” of this scandal-ridden family may soon be “underwater” forever.
CREFLO DOLLAR’S UZIS:
Much of the attention on Creflo Dollar lately has been regarding his abusive “command” given to former members of Eddie Long’s alleged “house of homosexual horrors,” wherein Creflo publicly demanded that they and their families return to that nightmare and not join his own “World Changers” congregation as they seek safe refuge. Yet, although that ungodly directive was surely disgusting and outrageous, it pales in comparison with Creflo’s expressed desire regarding non-tithing people who likewise dare to attend his alleged “church.” Describing a Nazi-style execution with uzi machine guns, Creflo Dollar Says: “Shoot Them All Dead”.
This second-generation televangelist daughter of Kenneth Copeland (by his third wife, Gloria) seems to be following in her dad’s footsteps in more ways than one. Now on her third marriage herself, Kellie Copeland (Ward, Kutz) Swisher recently appeared on the BVOV television broadcast to teach on the topics of love and “relationships.” However, as the recently updated Kenneth and Gloria Copeland: The Untold Story reveals, the Copeland family does NOT seem qualified to teach on such subjects…or to even be in the ministry. The article details much of the history of marriage, divorce, unpaid child support, and remarriage, of the Copelands and their extended family.
All the above televangelists will also be appearing at KCM’s 2011 “Southwest Believer’s Convention” in Forth Worth, Texas, July 4th through the 9th, at the Tarrant County Convention Center (where surprise on-camera interviews are always welcome).