Please give this pastor $65 million so he can buy a private jet

How dare you.

Anyway, that’s James the Just, not Jesus. Jesus was all about the jets.


[quote=“Creflo Dollar Ministries”]Project G650 Campaign
Help Us Spread the Gospel of Grace Around the World

Over the past twenty years, Creflo Dollar
has traveled to over forty countries and logged four million miles in
his current airplane, which was built in 1984 and purchased by the
ministry in 1999. Recently on a trip overseas as a guest speaker at a
conference, one of the engines failed. But by the grace of God, the
well-trained, expert pilot, who’s flown with Creflo Dollar for 19½
years, safely landed the plane without injury to any of the passengers.[/quote]

So, god doesn’t like Dollar enough to just keep the engine running?

[quote=“Creflo Dollar Ministries”]Due to this recent incident, and the number of years this airplane has
been in service, we believe it is time to replace this aircraft with a
newer model so that Creflo and Taffi Dollar can continue to safely,
effectively, and swiftly share the Good News of the Gospel worldwide.
There are still millions of people on this planet who have never heard
of Jesus Christ.
[/quote][emphasis added]

Indigenous person asks missionary, “If I did not know of your god, would he send me to hell?”
Missionary, “No, of course not.”
Indigenous person “Then why did you tell me about him???”

[quote=“Creflo Dollar Ministries”]And our heart’s desire is to see precious lives changed
and snatched out of darkness into His marvelous light!
We need your help in order to keep doing what we’re doing, which is
reaching a lost and dying world for the Lord Jesus Christ. Therefore, we
are asking members, partners, and supporters of this ministry
to assist us in the undertaking of a ministry initiative called Project
G650. The mission of Project G650 is to acquire a Gulfstream G650
airplane so that Creflo and Taffi Dollar can continue to
blanket the globe with the Gospel of grace. We are believing for 200,000
people to give contributions of 300 US dollars or more to make this a

We appreciate all you do to support this ministry. We love you and thank
God for placing you in our lives.

Make Your Contribution Today[/quote][emphasis added]

What, all you need is for 200,000 members to pay $300 each so Creflo Dollar can fly in luxury to spread the literally “too good to be true” Good News? Well, then, that’s ok.



J-J–J Jesus and the Jets!

while we’re on the subject of reincarnation

What said?

Well, to be fair, they say “Where is my fucking guru’s Minister’s Lear jet?”

But, yeah, Christians, especially Republican Christians, really work hard to avoid all of that “you should sell every thing you own and help the poor” stuff in the bible.


What a maroon. Everyone knows that on average over the plane’s lifespan, a G650 costs about $100 million a year. That includes the price, hangar, personnel, maintenance, fuel, etc. The look on his face when he figures that out!

Is God the name of the pilot?


I’d think more like 1-4 million in annual costs, depending on the total number of hours flown.

Cripes. I’m definitely in the wrong business. I spread the name of Jesus Christ everywhere I go! I spread it when I stub my toe, I spread it when I drop something, I spread it every time I get my ghast flabbered at work. And do I get compensation? Noooooo.


Sure. I’ll buy that for a Dollar.


Buddhists are not above this sort of behaviour.

Considering Matthew 14:22-34, I am wondering why these televangelists have so little faith that they need jets? Surely they’d get far more converts if they flew everywhere like Superman?

Oh my $deity that’s actually his name. I thought someone was making a reference to some satirical comic strip, like Daddy Warbucks, but … oh geez, this is why we have Poe’s Law.


If we all donate $0.01, will the Paypal and/or Visa fees scuttle the whole project? I mean a couple hundred million of us?


That logic was also behind the inquisition and the auto-de-fe…This seems benign by comparison.

But can he fly it through the eye of a needle…I think he’ll have to…

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Hey Torquemada, what do you say?
I just got back from the auto-da-fé
Auto-da-fé? What’s an auto-da-fé?
It’s what you oughtn’t to do but you do anyway.


Traditionally, God sits in the right (co-pilots) seat. Something to do with free will, I think.

Is this one of those situations where donating a penny will cost him much more than that to process it?

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I was going to donate to Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion’s indy show project, but this looks so much more appealing.