PAUL CROUCH, PRESIDENT, JAN CROUCH, ACTRESS and HAIR GODDESS
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One of the biggest "False Prophets is Paul Crouch", the founder of the Trinity Broadcasting Network which came about after the Bakkers were sent to the jail. He was quoted as saying:
"I want to say to all you Scribes, Pharisees, heresy hunters, all of you that are going around pickin' little bits of doctrinal error out of everybody's eyes and dividin' the Body of Christ...get out of God's way, stop blockin' God's bridges, or God's goin' to shoot you if I don't...let Him sort out all this doctrinal doodoo!...
Cool, now there is a man who speaks his mind...he's so wacko, he believes himself! Once described as looking like death warmed over, he is easily outdone by Jan who learned or taught everything about bad hair and makeup from Tammy Fay Bakker. The jury is out but Tammy had real hair.
CRY ON A DIME FOR A DIME
GODS WORK - NOT CHEAP
For example, in the LA Times article alone, it was disclosed that Paul Crouch and his wife, Jan Crouch, earn more than $750,000 in salaries each, and have a collection of luxuries at their disposal, including a TBN-owned jet and some 30 homes across the US. All paid for with money that could of assisted the poor, prevented childhood disease, cure the ill, feed the starving, clothe and shoe the destitute, instead the money is used for a select few. Themselves.
WHO'S YO DADDY
Nice approach Paul, and I guess you weren't crazy about this snippet either. In September 2004, the Los Angeles Times published a series of articles raising questions about the fundraising practices and financial transparency of TBN, as well as the allegations of a former ministry employee, Enoch Lonnie Ford, that he had a homosexual affair with Crouch during the 1990s. Oh, boy, first pillars aof salt and now such affairs could cause hair to turn pink.
The Times spoke with several sources that claimed that other evangelists such as Benny Hinn, Jack Hayford, and Paul's son Matthew were aware that an affair had taken place. No problem, if true they all offered to pray for him. Enoch took a Lie Detector test and passed. So much for the praying, God was off that day. It was Sunday. Even he rests.
WHAT A CREW!
Jan Crouch wears heavy makeup, long false lashes and pink champagne-colored wigs piled high on her head. She speaks in a sing-song voice and lets tears flow freely, whether reading a viewer's letter or recalling how God resurrected her pet chicken when she was a child. It will go down in history as the Jan Crouch Chicken Revival.
BOTH ARE FAKES...or WACKOS
She and Paul project the image of a happily married couple. But off the air, they lead separate lives and rarely stay under the same roof, according to former TBN employees and others who have spent time with the couple.The network, little known outside fundamentalist Christian circles, was buffeted by unwanted publicity when it surfaced from the The Times that Crouch had paid a former employee $425,000 to keep silent about an alleged homosexual tryst.
But millions of people needed no introduction to TBN. Its 24-hour-a-day menu of sermons, faith healing, inspirational movies and Christian talk shows reaches viewers around the globe via satellite, cable and broadcast stations. Its programs are dubbed in 11 different languages.