Louisiana pastor who defied state orders and repeatedly held large church services during the coronavirus pandemic is now asking congregants to “donate” their stimulus checks to
him “the church”.
Pimpstor Tony Spell launched what he called the #PastorSpellStimulusChallenge, asking gullable Americans to donate their government stimulus checks to evangelists, missionaries and music ministers who he said have not received offerings in over a month. He said he, his wife and his son have all donated their checks, and added that those without a church can donate through his website. How shameful to ask needy Americans to give “the church” their stimulus checks! Shouldn’t their be money left in
“the storehouse” from years and years of tithes and offerings collected by the church? If “the church” had been appropriating funds properly in years past, it would have enough funds to allocate certain amounts to parishioners in need during this pandemic.
“If they close every door in this city, then I will close my doors,” Spell told CNN last month. “But you can’t say the retailers are essential but the church is not. That is a persecution of the faith.”
One thought on “Pastor Spell Wants Your Stimulus Check!”
Wow! This is disgusting!!!! There are so many displaced Americans who need this money! What of the families who haven’t received a stimulus check for whatever reason and they are without food! Does this man have no conscious?! It’s bad enough that he put his mostly black congregation at greater risk of contracting the virus. How many people are sick in his church? He will never honestly disclose that information!