Repent Gospel Artists: Mary Mary Brag on Upscale Mag About Great Sex and Doing What They Want
This article still gets us hyped up. We can’t believe how they responded.
Original post from Dec. 2, 2012:
The title of their article is pretty much out there. Its straight forward and really disrespectful. We are not sure why many of these gospel artists and preachers who make a point to address ‘sex’ in the pulpit or in the same context as speaking about God, think its appropriate to talk about.
Nigeria’s Pentecostal Preachers Justify Expanding Ministries By Owning Private Jets
Nigerian Pentecostal preachers have long been accused of living extravagantly but purchasing private jets has come to be the next target of the controversial topic.
The president of the Christian Association of Nigeria is being scrutinized for receiving an extravagant private jet to justify his need to preach across the globe.
The Christian Today reported:
The multi-million dollar jet—a 10-seater with a range of 3,900 nautical miles—was presented to Ayo Oritsejafor by members of his congregation, Word of Life Bible Church in the oil-rich Delta state city of Warri. The gift celebrated the pastor’s birthday and his 40th anniversary in ministry. The Bombardier Challenger jet is worth nearly US $5 million.
TBN’s Granddaughter Claims Jan Crouch Had Love Child (Matt Crouch) With 1954 Mr. America
In the video from our previous story about The Crouches and the recent TBN scandals, it revealed the granddaughter Brittany Koper stated her grandmother Jan Crouch admitted that Matthew Crouch is the product of an affair. Koper stated in the interview that Jan Crouch said her love child was produced with Mr. America of 1954, Richard Dubois(pictured above).
If you take a look at the photo below from the video we posted, you can clearly see the resemblance the son, Matthew Crouch has with Mr. America Richard Dubois.
Pastors with Tax-free Housing Allowance is Now Ruled Unconstitutional
The Christian Post reports:
A federal judge has ruled that an Internal Revenue Service exemption that allows clergy to shield a portion of their salary from federal income taxes is unconstitutional.
The clergy housing exemption applies to an estimated 44,000 ministers, priests, rabbis, imams and others. If the ruling stands, some clergy members could experience an estimated 5 to 10 percent cut in take-home pay.