The rich Trinity Broadcasting Network, purveyors of the prosperity doctrine, refuses to return donations from a man suffering from a mental illness.
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Tithing is a well-known Biblical concept. But the donation that Manjo Maphuma’s family claims he gave to Trinity Broadcasting Network appears to have exceeded donating a tenth of one’s income to the church.
The Trinity Broadcasting Network’s South African office has been accused by the family of a mentally ill person of refusing to repay his pension money he donated to the station.
Trinity Broadcasting Network, the world’s largest Christian television system, has come to the rescue of the financially troubled Holy Land Experience, a Bible-based tourist attraction near Universal Studios Orlando.
A director of the cash-strapped Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) still received lucrative payments for three years after the network’s overseas funding had been stopped.
The Trinity Broadcasting Network — known for its bizarre mixture of Christian, blasphemous and offbeat religious programs — is now beamed into countries throughout the Asia-Pacific Rim.
TBN and the end-of-the-world series host had split over their attitudes toward Islam. But technology that allows blocking his shows to the Mideast has helped put the writer back on the air.
Tax-free donations from his parents’ Trinity Broadcasting Network fund Matthew Crouch’s religion-themed movies.
Trinity gets ‘church’ status, a refund HENDERSONVILLE — A ruling that means Sumner County and the city must refund the theme park-like Trinity Broadcasting Network complex here more than $300,000 in taxes ends an 11-year skirmish and gives the colorful owners much of what they’ve wanted — status as a church. Under an administrative judge’s decision approved by a state commission last month, televangelists Paul and Jan Crouch have the state’s blessing to stop paying property taxes on their auditorium. It is familiar to millions of TBN viewers worldwide as one location of the Praise the Lord show, a glitz-filled
The wealth of Trinity Broadcasting Network has raised eyebrows and added to criticism about its operation. The most recently available IRS form shows TBN took in more than $184.3 million in 2003. After expenses, that left $71.1 million unspent, on top of at least $311.6 million invested in securities. Paul F. Crouch Sr.’s pay was $408,562 as president and his wife Jan $361,000 as a vice president. Wall Watchers, a Christian nonprofit group that monitors Christian organizations, says TBN is “hoarding too much cash” and is not open about its finances. TBN has many different companies and doesn’t make a