Pastor Creflo Dollar, who leads the nondenominational World Changers Church International based in College Park, Ga., remained on the Billboard's Gospel Albums chart for eight consecutive weeks, which Arrow Records described as a "landmark accomplishment."
S.E.R.M.O.N.S. SONGS Volume I peaked at #16 on the Gospel Albums chart, but has remained strong for eight weeks since its release earlier this year.
"My goal is to provide a unique experience for listeners to help empower their spiritual walk with Christ," Dollar explained about the goal of the CD. Arrow Records is planning S.E.R.M.O.N.S. SONGS, Volume II to be released this year. The different volumes will each focus on a specific theme affecting people's lives today, according to Praise Atlanta. more >>
They are probably the only vegetables that don't make children squirm … because they only talk, sing, dance and don't have to be eaten. Now, kids can add party to that list of things they can do with these vegetables.
The popular Christian children's animated series, VeggieTales, will be hosting a family party in honor of their 20 years of teaching valuable life lessons to children from a Christian perspective at the World Changers Church in College Park, Ga., on Saturday Mar. 30, and everyone is invited.
"Children of all ages will enjoy a high energy song and dance spectacular filled with classic silly songs like 'The Hairbrush Song,' 'His Cheeseburger,' 'I Love My Lips' and 'Song of Cebu'," note the organizers of the party in a recent media release. more >>
Megachurch prosperity preacher Creflo Dollar, pastor of World Changers Church International in Georgia, is bringing the gospel of change and a gift of $10,000 to one lucky community organization in each of the six new cities he will visit as a part of his 2013 Change experience.
According to a media release from the church, Dollar and his wife, Taffi, will embark on a six-city tour starting March 15 that will see them travelling from Connecticut to Florida, "preaching and teaching to those who are ready to take the first step toward living a life without worry."
The Dollars will be stopping in Hartford, Conn.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Columbus, Ohio; Shreveport, La.; North Charleston, S.C.; and Orlando, Fla. more >>
Georgia megachurch pastor Creflo Dollar has successfully had battery charges against him dropped after he completed an anger management program, after accusations last year that he physically attacked his 15-year-old daughter.
"As a prosecutor it is my job to strike the appropriate balance of punishment and rehabilitation in every case I handle," said State Court Solicitor Jamie K. Inagawa, according to TheCitizen.com. "I feel that my office has accomplished just such a balance in this case. The defendant has been punished for his actions, concerns for his possible re-offending have been addressed and the family unit has been preserved."
Dollar, 50, leads the non-denominational World Changers Church International based in College Park, Ga., at an 8,500-seat sanctuary called the World Dome. In addition to his 30,000-member College Park congregation, the popular prosperity preacher has a 6,000-member church located in New York City. more >>
An iconic New York City landmark known for hosting music and sporting events looks to be on its way to becoming the new home of Georgia megachurch pastor Creflo Dollar's Manhattan congregation.
The Paradise Theater, which opened in 1929 at 184th Street and the Grand Concourse in the Bronx borough of NYC, was recently acquired by Dollar's World Changers Church of New York, according to the New York Daily News, citing the Riverdale Review. The theater has been described as a "baroque-style masterpiece" by The New York Times.
World Changers Church of New York (WCC-NY) was founded by Dollar and wife Taffi Dollar as a non-denominational church in 2004. Its 6,000 worshippers meet on Wednesdays and Saturdays at various locations in New York City. more >>
The mental health of Floyd Palmer, the suspect in the World Changers Church International shooting case, and his past, which included a mosque shooting incident a decade ago, are being reviewed as part of the due diligence process, one of his lawyers told The Christian Post on Friday.
Attorneys Drew Findling and Marissa Goldberg were retained by Palmer's family last week to represent the 52-year-old suspect in last month's fatal shooting at the Rev. Creflo Dollar's church in Atlanta. On Friday, his new defense team appeared before Fulton County Superior Court Judge Karen Woodson, asking to reset a preliminary hearing to give them time to review the facts of the case and get to know their client.
According to The Associated Press, Findling said during Friday's court hearing that Palmer's mental competency must be evaluated during the criminal case against him. more >>