Joseph Prince

KONG HEE CONVICTED, IS NCC'S JOSEPH PRINCE NEXT?

Before the City Harvest trial, it was a fact even on New Creation Church's website that if u wanted to be a registered church member, one of the criteria u had to meet was to tithe a minimum of 6 months! After the CHC trial, NCC effectively removed such statement from their site and toned down on preaching prosperity. Even its senior pastor, Joseph Prince claimed to stop taking church salary and rely on his book royalties, though he never affirmed nor denied that he earned $50,000 a month. I can assure u that he did, as told by an NCC insider, a family friend, who worked for him 4 years before the fact was exposed.

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SINGAPORE PASTOR JOSEPH PRINCE GOES WORLDWIDE

Last week, the New Creation Church rubbished claims by United States-based entertainment website Richest Lifestyle that its founding member and senior pastor Joseph Prince drew a salary of $550,000 a year and had a net worth of US$5 million (S$6.4 million). However, there is no denying the extent of Mr Prince's reach. The 51-year-old hosts a religious television show which, it is claimed, can be seen in more than 200 countries, and has been aired daily on several major American television networks such as ABC Family and Daystar Television.

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NEW CREATION CHURCH: BUT OUR PASTOR JOSEPH PRINCE IS NOT A RICH MAN!

The Council is concerned by the aspersions cast by these unsubstantiated allegations on the church and the work of Pastor Prince. Pastor Prince has not, since 2009, drawn any salary from the church. While the Council regards Pastor Prince’s net worth as being personal in nature, Pastor Prince has nonetheless shared with the Council that his net worth is substantially lower than the US$5m that has been alleged.

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LEAVING THE CHURCH

The God of my personal faith would have applauded it as an act of filial piety. The God i know doesn’t give a shit about holding two sticks for a couple of minutes for a greater cause. If you are a Christian thinking: since you are not following what the church wants us to do, why do you even see yourself as a Christian, then ok – i am not a Christian. I would rather stand by the God i believe in, who propounds most fundamentally love for others, doing good out of this love, and not doing harm to others – and not be considered a ‘real’ Christian, than adopt practices i don’t believe in just to reduce cognitive dissonance of being a stranded believer of God without shelter from a ‘legitimate’ religious institution. And this is where my divergent views from the church (of course not all churches la, just the ones i’ve observed/gone to) come into play.

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