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Creflo Dollar

jeager106

Getting Started
Here is what wikipedia says:
Creflo Augustus Dollar, Jr. (born Michael Smith [1] January 28, 1962 in College Park, Georgia), is an African-American Word of Faith teacher, pastor, and the founder of the non-denominational World Changers Church International based in unincorporated Fulton County, Georgia,[2] Creflo Dollar Ministerial Association (formerly called International Covenant Ministries), Creflo Dollar Ministries, and Arrow Records. [3] Each of these enterprises is overseen by Dollar and his wife, Taffi Doll

Mega money.
Hey, ya gotta hand it to the guy. He made a bundle selling "god".

Now you know all you never needed to know about Creflo and Taffi. $$$$$$
 

CoreIssue

Administrator
Staff member
College Park is an interesting area. If you understand it you understand why he is there
 

Helen

New Member
I would say bitter and sweet water....

I don't like the hype ...I don't like the accumulation of millions of $$ But just like Joyce Meyer..and her millions and jests and houses... as Jesus said about the Pharisees "Don't do as they do, but do as they say."

I KNOW Joyce Meyer help me through a hard time a couple of decades back....her "tape of the month" hit the spot every time.
Also Creflo Dollar ( agree, stupid name) his book about/again FEAR is awesome....a couple of decades ago I needed it and read it over and over until fear was broken.

So, I am one who does NOT, - "throw the baby out with the bathwater".
 

Jessie

Pro Poster
best to stick with the bible
and no its not scriptural people today want this world forgotten about heaven
 

Heather Frank

Advanced Poster
The whole prosperity gospel goes back to a book called The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism by Max Weber. He thought it was all about whether you worked or not and denied that faith had anything to do with it. I know there's a pert in the Bible that says faith without works is dead, but works without faith is only for atheists, so there.
 

CoreIssue

Administrator
Staff member
The claims have abused the Bible on rewards. Yes, we will gain much but in heaven, not on this earth.
 
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