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.
Donors, where is the money going?
Louisiana televangelist Jesse Duplantis said during a fundraiser for fellow evangelist Kenneth Copeland’s ministry that the reason Jesus hasn’t returned is because people “are not giving the way God told them to give.”
Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson is retiring from his Christian Broadcasting Network’s long-running “The 700 Club” program.
Silent on the role sex scandal, 24 counts of fraud totaling $158-million may have played
Televangelist Jim Bakker said on his television show last week that the media was mostly to blame for the downfall of his Praise the Lord (PTL) ministry in the late 1980s in an early example ...
$78.6 Million in Government Guaranteed Loans Given to Televangelists
For months, Trinity Foundation has investigated televangelists receiving Paycheck Protection Program forgivable loans
Ministry placed him on sabbatical after determining the issues were 'civil in nature and not criminal'
Perry Stone has been a steady presence on Christian television networks for the past decade. But in recent months, he has not been a steady presence in his own ministry. His Cleveland, Tennessee-based ministry, Voice ...
Jack Van Impe, a televangelist who spent decades warning Christians that the end of the world was nigh, has died, his ministry announced on Saturday.
Taking cover from a Senate investigation could mean subpoenas for ministries
On May 2, a group of 20 conservative and Christian activists sent a letter to the Senate Finance Committee expressing concern over Sen. Charles Grassley's investigation of six televangelists.