How we can help restore credibility to evangelicalism
Editor’s Note: The following article is an excerpt from Faith-Based Fraud: Learning From The Great Religious Scandals of our Time. The book is now available at Amazon and other on-line booksellers.
The following stories had the most page views at the MinistryWatch website during the month of March. We present them here in a “countdown” format, from 10 to 1.
$78.6 Million in Government Guaranteed Loans Given to Televangelists
For months, Trinity Foundation has investigated televangelists receiving Paycheck Protection Program forgivable loans
The following stories had the most page views at the MinistryWatch website during the month of August. We present them here in a “countdown” format, from 10 to 1.
Trinity Broadcasting Network said it will no longer air the daily Texas-based Kenneth Copeland Ministries program known as “Believer’s Voice of Victory.” Instead, the network will replace it with programming by Steven Furtick, a megachurch pastor ...
Steven Furtick Draws More Scrutiny for “Spontaneous Baptisms”
What Furtick calls “spontaneous baptisms” appear to be manipulated baptisms. Furtick has even published a guide to pulling off the baptism events at the web-site of his book Sun Stand Still.
A Charlotte pastor’s mansion generates critics – and supporters
Furtick’s house will be more than 8,500 square feet of heated space, with nearly that many more of porches, pavilions, and garages. It has 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. The station needed a helicopter because ...