Kenneth Copeland on Fire!

Kenneth Copeland on Fire!

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Arny Peterson

United States

#1 Jan 1, 2013
He's preaching on ch. 122 right now! He's really full of the Holy Spirit this morning! He's doing his southern Baptist best and beating that ole Devil down!!!
Check him out!!!!

“Have shovel will travel, ”

Since: Nov 12

Cold Ground Arkansas

#2 Jan 1, 2013
KC southern baptist? Really oh good gravy.
Yep

Blytheville, AR

#3 Jan 3, 2013
I get a weird feeling when i see that man. O well thats not saying he's not a good man. Onliy the tv evangelist are the hope of too many , i like to seek out my own sal.
i like reading for myself, you know doing my own praying in secret , even my worship is according to Matt. 2:11 Matt. 4:9 Rev. 19:10 . and visiting the widows
in the nursing homes, and raising the 5 boys besides our 3 bio. children. NO I DONT
THINK KENNETY COP...... is necessary. I SUPPORT THE LOCAL CHURCH BODY.
So i suggest you , let all men be liars,and pick up a bible , and NOW LISTEN TO THIS
when you have read one of the Gospels 20 times , then read Acts 20 times and go on through doing the same in the New Testament . THEN DO IT AGAIN AND AGAIN UNTIL LIFE ENDS and you wont need to listen to K C or any other , you will have a message to tell . i just get sick to hear people " SOMEONE SAID". do it yourselves.

“Have shovel will travel, ”

Since: Nov 12

Cold Ground Arkansas

#4 Jan 3, 2013
In late November 2007, Mike Huckabee, a 2008 Republican presidential primary candidate, made six appearances on Copeland's daily television program Believer's Voice of Victory, discussing "Integrity of Character".[9] Subsequently, in January 2008, the Huckabee campaign paid for use of Kenneth Copeland Ministries' facilities for a fundraiser.[10] The fundraising at the church was criticized by the Trinity Foundation.[11]
Copeland's ministries encompass a wide variety of activities.“The breadth of Copeland’s activities can be seen in the following comment to Senator Grassley:‘Multiple ‘assumed’ or ‘doing business as’ names were also used. For example, we found at least 21 ‘assumed names’ registered with the State of Texas for Eagle Mountain International Church (also known as Kenneth Copeland Ministries).”[12]

Prior to his conversion to Christianity in November 1962, Copeland was a recording artist on the Imperial Records label, having one Billboard Top 40 hit ("Pledge of Love", which charted in the Top 40 on April 20, 1957, stayed on the charts for eight weeks, and peaked at #12).[

Kenneth is married to Gloria Copeland, his and her second marriages. His children are John Copeland, Kellie Copeland and Terri Pearsons.

The Kenneth Copeland Airport is a private airport established by Kenneth Copeland Ministries to serve the area of Fort Worth, Texas.[13]
In 2007 Copeland was accused of using his $20 million Cessna Citation X jet for personal vacations and friends.[14] The Copelands' financial records are not publicly available, and a list of the Board of Directors is not accessible as these details are protected but known confidentially by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).[15] Responding to media questions, Copeland pointed to what he asserted was an accounting firm's declaration that all jet travel complies with federal tax laws.[15]
In December 2008, Copeland's 1998 Cessna Bravo 550, his second jet, valued at $3.6 million, was denied tax exemption after Copeland refused to submit to disclosure laws for the state of Texas.

On November 6, 2007, United States Senator Chuck Grassley, Republican of Iowa, announced an investigation of Copeland's ministry by the United States Senate Committee on Finance. The Associated Press reported that Grassley said the investigation was a response to complaints from the public and news media. Grassley stated, "The allegations involve governing boards that aren't independent and allow generous salaries and housing allowances and amenities such as private jets and Rolls Royces."[17] IRS guidelines require that pastors' compensation be "reasonable" and net earnings may not benefit any private individual.[18] Grassley asked for the ministry to divulge financial information[19](Grassley's letter)[20] to the committee to determine if Copeland made any personal profit from financial donations, and requested that Copeland's ministry make the information available by December 6, 2007. The Copelands responded with a "Financial report from Kenneth Copeland Ministries."[21] KCM created a website to help explain their side of the inquiry.

“God's Grace is a free gift”

Since: Dec 08

Black Water Arkansas

#7 Jan 3, 2013
Spin you maybe correct that it is not a crime or a sin. Think the many miles that Jesus, walked in his ministry no million dollar jets, Rolls Royce and 20 room houses, fine furs, watches and three piece suits. He walked, didn't have a pillow for his head, he truly was interested in spiritual things not the material things. I think one must be very careful and make sure it is being done for the right reasons.

“Have shovel will travel, ”

Since: Nov 12

Cold Ground Arkansas

#8 Jan 3, 2013
Spin you maybe correct that it is not a crime or a sin. Think the many miles that Jesus, walked in his ministry no million dollar jets, Rolls Royce and 20 room houses, fine furs, watches and three piece suits. He walked, didn't have a pillow for his head, he truly was interested in spiritual things not the material things. I think one must be very careful and make sure it is being done for the right reasons.

“Have shovel will travel, ”

Since: Nov 12

Cold Ground Arkansas

#9 Jan 3, 2013
Pastor Schenkel wrote:
Spin you maybe correct that it is not a crime or a sin. Think the many miles that Jesus, walked in his ministry no million dollar jets, Rolls Royce and 20 room houses, fine furs, watches and three piece suits. He walked, didn't have a pillow for his head, he truly was interested in spiritual things not the material things. I think one must be very careful and make sure it is being done for the right reasons.
should be no hidden records when it comes to a preachers salary.....pay taxes like everyone else.

“NSA”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#10 Jan 3, 2013
Grave Digger62 wrote:
<quoted text>should be no hidden records when it comes to a preachers salary.....pay taxes like everyone else.
I don't think they should pay taxes, all the atheists do is btch about over and over about the separation of state and Religion! Can't have your cake and your choice of icing!!

I argue with the them low brow thinking complexed forked tongued double standard hippy's everyday. And that's the first thing they pop off, a church or a preacher don't pay taxes, they should!! blah blah blah

I'm like whoa smelly nelly! That would go against yall's rants about separation of state and religion! ya need to pick a side of the fence and stop bouncing ur balls on the top rail, ya ignorant hate group!

“Have shovel will travel, ”

Since: Nov 12

Cold Ground Arkansas

#11 Jan 3, 2013
b_rad_ wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't think they should pay taxes, all the atheists do is btch about over and over about the separation of state and Religion! Can't have your cake and your choice of icing!!
I argue with the them low brow thinking complexed forked tongued double standard hippy's everyday. And that's the first thing they pop off, a church or a preacher don't pay taxes, they should!! blah blah blah
I'm like whoa smelly nelly! That would go against yall's rants about separation of state and religion! ya need to pick a side of the fence and stop bouncing ur balls on the top rail, ya ignorant hate group!
You have a point.....but I really get uneasy feelings at some of these TV evangelist if you know what I mean.
citizen

Searcy, AR

#12 Jan 3, 2013
Well look at Jim baker and old swaggert they set a prime example of those beggars!!!

“NSA”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#13 Jan 3, 2013
Grave Digger62 wrote:
<quoted text>You have a point.....but I really get uneasy feelings at some of these TV evangelist if you know what I mean.
I don't trust anyone on tv! If you have fancy jets and a Limo then you seem to have other priorities on ur mind.

“Have shovel will travel, ”

Since: Nov 12

Cold Ground Arkansas

#14 Jan 3, 2013
b_rad_ wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't trust anyone on tv! If you have fancy jets and a Limo then you seem to have other priorities on ur mind.
Bingo B_rad_!
KennethCopeland con man

Mena, AR

#15 Jan 3, 2013
He's just getting rich off the goofy nuts that send him their money. LOL...a $20 Million Dollar Citation jet.
You gotta love it.

“Have shovel will travel, ”

Since: Nov 12

Cold Ground Arkansas

#16 Jan 3, 2013
KennethCopeland con man wrote:
He's just getting rich off the goofy nuts that send him their money. LOL...a $20 Million Dollar Citation jet.
You gotta love it.
How about the prayer water and prayer cloths they were giving away for a donation. Hahahaha.
Kelly in Guatemala

United States

#17 Jan 3, 2013
I noticed something the last time his son Pearson had the pulpit.
He and Copeland had the exact same mannerisms ...facial expressions and hand gesturing. It was uncanny! Almost as if it were rehearsed. When I noticed this my heart fell.
Preachy Money

Searcy, AR

#18 Jan 3, 2013
He's a freak.
Citizen Helpful

Saint Louis, MO

#19 Jan 3, 2013
Just for info, pastors do pay taxes-- just like anyone else who earns income. That's not saying there aren't those in big time "ministries" shielding millions of dollars from the IRS-- no doubt there are-- but please don't think that the preacher man at the church around the corner isn't paying taxes, because he is. As a man who has done taxes in days past-- including for pastors-- trust me, he is.

“once was blind”

Since: Jul 10

now I see

#20 Jan 3, 2013
Preachy Money wrote:
He's a freak.
Brother Robert Tilton is the scariest insane freak. I Call him Bitchin' Bob.

“Have shovel will travel, ”

Since: Nov 12

Cold Ground Arkansas

#21 Jan 4, 2013
Citizen Helpful wrote:
Just for info, pastors do pay taxes-- just like anyone else who earns income. That's not saying there aren't those in big time "ministries" shielding millions of dollars from the IRS-- no doubt there are-- but please don't think that the preacher man at the church around the corner isn't paying taxes, because he is. As a man who has done taxes in days past-- including for pastors-- trust me, he is.
I think that we are talking about the TV ministries. The local churches are governed by the local body with business meetings and deacon boards. Watch for the wolf, the under shepherd for he comes to steal and carry away he is not the Good Shepherd.
Holy Rollering

Searcy, AR

#22 Jan 4, 2013
What kind of stupid jackass listens to those idiot fundie preachers?

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