Creflo Dollar Biography
Creflo Augustus Dollar, Jr. is an American televangelist, preacher and the founder of the non-denominational Christian World Changers Church International, which has its headquarters in the Atlanta neighborhood of College Park, Georgia.
Dollar also serves as the founder and president of Arrow Records, Creflo Dollar Ministries, and the Creflo Dollar Ministerial Association (formerly known as International Covenant Ministries). Additionally, Dollar engages in televangelism, talks at conferences, and writes about his gospel of money.
How old is Creflo Dollar? – What is pastor Creflo Dollar’s real name?
He was born as Creflo Augustus Dollar, Jr. on the 28th of January 1962 in College Park, Georgia, United States. He is 60 years as of 2022.
Where did Creflo Dollar go to school? – Education
In addition to an honorary Doctor of Divinity from Oral Roberts University, he holds an undated bachelor’s degree in educational therapy from West Georgia College (now the University of West Georgia) (1998).
Creflo Dollar Wife – Family
Living in Atlanta, Georgia, Dollar and his wife Taffi are parents to five kids.
What was Creflo Dollar accused of? – Arrest
The Fayette County, Georgia Sheriff’s Office claims that Dollar was detained in June 2012 for allegedly assaulting his fifteen-year-old daughter. Dollar was charged with striking and choking the youngster; Dollar’s elder daughter supported this claim; Fayette County police made public information regarding a second 911 call. Following his attendance at anger management counseling, the charges were withdrawn in January 2013.
Creflo Dollar’s Net Worth
He receives a predicted net worth of $27 million.
Creflo Dollar Finances and prosperity gospel teachings – Career
The controversial prosperity theologians that Dollar champions are well-known. For living a lavish lifestyle, he has already drawn criticism. He owns a private jet, two Rolls-Royce vehicles, and a number of pricey homes, as well as a million-dollar residence in Atlanta, a $2.5 million residence in New Jersey, Demarest, and a Manhattan home that he bought for $2.5 million in 2006 (equivalent to $3.4 million in 2021) and sold for $3.75 million in 2012 (equivalent to $4.43 million in 2021). Dollar has declined to reveal his pay. Creflo Dollar Ministries was given a grade of “F” (failure) for financial openness because it refused to provide any financial information to an impartial audit.
As the leading member of the Senate Finance Committee, Dollar was one of six televangelists who were the focus of an inquiry conducted in 2007. Grassley demanded financial data from Dollar’s ministry by December 6, 2007, in order to ascertain whether Dollar received any personal gain from financial contributions. Five additional televangelists were contacted by the investigation for information: Paula White, Eddie L. Long, Joyce Meyer, Kenneth Copeland, and Benny Hinn. Dollar disputed the investigation, asserting that the IRS, not the Committee on Finance, should be the appropriate government body to investigate religious organizations. Since Dollar and the other three refused to cooperate, the investigation ended in 2011 without any charges being filed.
Tithe retraction views
Dollar has produced videos and published books about the duty of Christians to tithe in churches over the years. He asserted that tithing was against scriptural teaching and recommended that everyone give from the bottom of their hearts and financial means. Both acclaim and condemnation were directed at Dollar for these remarks.
Creflo Dollar’s Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts
- His Twitter account is (@Creflo_Dollar)
- His INstagram account is (@iamcreflodollar).
- His Facebook account is Creflo A. Dollar.