Thursday, December 6, 2007


So I read today that 6 organizations are being probed by Sen. Chuck Grassley from Iowa. They are "TV preachers." Grassley was acting on complaints from the public and media. He's looking into their expenses, executive compensations and amenities. I find "televangelists" to be hilarious. A lot, not all, of the preachers on TV are a joke. If you have cable or satellite you probably have "TBN" and all the other big Christian networks. TBN is the best. Here's my favorite from that station: Jan Crouch. I mean come on, look at that picture. How is that not funny. Stephanie's gonna do her hair like that. That suit actually looks a lot like mine. So the televangelists they are looking into are: Benny Hinn, Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, Creflo and Taffi Dollar, Bishop Eddie Long, Joyce and David Meyer, and Paula and Randy White. I've seen some of these on TV and they're great. The best is probably Benny Hinn. He's been asked about the use of a private jet, a home in Cal. and my favorite, "lay-over trips" while traveling on ministry business. Here's a great Benny Hinn story I found. Joyce Meyer is in trouble for gifts she recieved of money and jewelry, the handling of cash from overseas trips, and the best part, they were asked about expenditures at their headquarters including a $30,000 conference table and a $23,000 "commode with a marble top". And don't mess with Joyce cause she could probably beat you up. Paula White is in trouble for the 3 homes she owns, cosmetic surgery and a Bentley convertible she bought as a gift for Bishop T.D. Jakes. Here's a website I found with info on different televangelists expenses.

Stephanie and I have set aside $777,777 (7,the perfect number) to give to Benny Hinn. In return for that we should receive over 2 million dollars.

Before I go, here's a hilarious tv clip from a preacher that some of you have seen. Gas Producing TV Evangelists . I'm so immature.

By the way, it's snowing.

1 comment:

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