This video from the USA says about itself:
Televangelists: God Says We Need Another Private Jet!
16 January 2016
There’s an insane phenomenon called “prosperity gospel” where preachers tell their audiences to send them tons of money so they can live lives of luxury/private jets. Cenk Uygur, host of the The Young Turks, breaks it down.
“If you’ve ever wondered why some Christian preachers must hopscotch the globe in fancy private jets, it’s in part so that they don’t have to get on commercial planes with the “demon” common folk.
Preachers from the so-called “prosperity gospel” movement, Kenneth Copeland and Jesse Duplantis, tried to explain their controversial need for their followers to give up their hard-earned dollars so they can fly in luxury in an interview posted Wednesday.
Copeland then pointed out he could “scratch my flying itch” by riding around in his single-engine, open-cockpit plane.
“But we’re in soul business here,” he said. “We got a dying world around us. We got a dying nation around us. And we can’t even get there on an airline.””
Read more here.
From eNCA in South Africa:
Two women held for human trafficking
Wednesday 22 November 2017 – 6:24pm
Some of the alleged victims are girls as young as 13.
The duo, aged 28 and 36, are alleged to have recruited the girls during church crusades around the country.
At the first bail hearing for the disgraced pastor, the Hawks chief investigating officer said recruiters would target vulnerable girls from poor homes with no father figures.
The women are expected to appear in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s court on Friday.
A teacher at St Paul’s girls’ school, a prestigious private school in west London which has been at the centre of historical sexual abuse allegations, has resigned after being implicated in some of the claims: here.