Here’s my question: “How is Creflo Dollar’s request for a $65 million jet any different than what the average mega-church [in the first world] is already doing?”
Is it just me, or is this response from Creflo Dollar kind of disgusting…
The most agitating aspect of Creflo Dollar is that he is just an extreme example of what a majority of accepted mega churches are already doing; using the emotions of congregants to manipulate his way into their pockets.
As I’ve highlighted the evangelical pastor’s salary before [but not limited to evangelicals]:
Alongside this news of Steven Furtick’s epic mansion… it recently came out that Mark Driscoll made about $650,000.00 dollars annually, not including the $200,000.00 of housing allowance and benefits! […] It turns out Franklin Graham, Billy Graham’s son, makes $622,252.00 from Samaritan’s purse while World Vision’s CEO Richard Stearns makes just under half a million.