5 Richest Pastors In The World, their Cars And Private Jet
Churches around the world earn million of dollars every week This money comes as result of God grace and prophetic gift and is used to pay the salaries of community workers in addition to God grace and anionting , they also earn money on TV shows, special performance, books they with, and much more .
The great majority of Christian pastors do not earn much money even though they work hard at their jobs.
How much is sharing the word of God worth? The typical church pastor performs religious services, directs church operations, provides spiritual counseling, and more. There’s no doubt that pastors have a lot of responsibility on their shoulders, even though they can prove fallible like the rest of us.
Getting rich is likely the last thing on most preachers’ minds: The average pastor’s salary in the Ghana is around GH800,
as Glassdoor reports. However, some persons of the cloth have accumulated their share of riches through public speaking, books, network TV shows – and of course, the collection plate. Here we’ll look at 10 of the richest pastors in the United States, their net worth, and how they accumulated their fortunes.
We decided to provide a deeper insight into the lives of some of these spiritual leaders to get the richest pastor in the country, and his private jet and cars.
1. Kenneth Copeland's 180 billion cedis
In the mid-1990s, a Christian came into being Kenneth Copeland, the richest shepherd in the world, and formed the ministries of Kenneth in Texas.
Millions of books, DVDs and more come to the church Copeland lives in the Naira manor house of two billion and drives many cars, such as the 88 million Naira Maserati Range Rover Audi Bentley
2. Oyedapo David 854 million cedis worth
The Winners' Chapel sometimes was named by David Oyedapo, the founder of the Living Faith Church.
He is the wealthiest pastor in Africa and Nigeria. He is full of wisdom preaching. He is a student of two Nigerian universities – Ogun Covenant University, Kwara University, and Ogun Landmark. The company has a wide variety of cars, such as the Naira rover sport, Bentley, GTM, Mercedes-benz and BMW. Two private jets are named.
3. Benny Hinn - worth 400 million cedi
The Orlando Christian Center was founded by Benny Hinn in 1983. A prodigy of the crucifixes who recorded many healings and raised people out of the dead, is the Evangelist of Isreali.
4. Chris Oyakhilome, worth 254 million cedi
The chief minister and member of the Christ Embassy of the Believers Love World Church in Nigeria is Chris Oyakhilome.
His vehicles are among the most luxurious and luxury cars in the world, including a cedis G-Wagon, an 200 thousand cedi Range Rover Sport and a Bentley GTC. And its private jet is owned by Sky power.
5. Joel Osteen - value 87 million cedis
The popular American pastor, Joel Osteen was born in 1899 as the largest protestant congregation of his Father at the United Nations. Lakewood Church, with over 50,000 faithful visiting it regularly
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