“Pastor” Kerry Robertson of C3 Coomera on April 13 posted a photo of himself and Creflo Dollar on instagram with the comment,
“Look who I got to meet today.Got to stand in the presence of greatness.”
“In the presence of greatness?” Creflo Dollar? Mr. Robertson, may we humbly suggest you re-evaluate your ideals and soon? You consider yourself in the “presence of greatness” when photographed with Creflo Dollar? Your immaturity as a Christian, (not to mention an adult male), should be of grave concern to your Church members.
Besides any problems Phil Pringle may have emanating from his own character flaws, Pringle seems to have giant problems with some other leaders in C3 Church. We’ve never seen Pringle openly endorse Creflo, however we have once seen Pringle reference Creflo Dollar in a C3 leadership meeting. This did not mean he endorsed Creflo Dollar. However, people who ‘liked’ this Instagram endorsement are Pat Antcliff (Principal of the C3 “Leadership” Colleges), C3 leaders Jill Sweetman, Tim Lowe, Greg French, Christian McCudden and “Pastor” Andrew Kubala (a spiritual fraud endorsed by both Hillsong and C3). This is definitely a C3 leadership endorsement.
Creflo Dollar is known around the world as one of the worst prosperity pimps. Dollar teaches that Christians are little gods that operate with the creative power of God to speak things into existence. There are many satanic teachings this man peddles. We’re only glad that C3 leadership are now open about their thoughts and endorsements of this incredibly dangerous man.
Don’t forget this famous commentary by Creflo Dollar on murdering Christians who refuse to tithe:
“Now, you know, we’re under the Blood of Jesus, so we can’t shoot and stone people like we used to. All we have to do is repent and God will forgive us and take us where we need to be. But I can tell you, man, if it wasn’t for the Blood, there’d be a whole lot of us being stoned and being in Hell right now over the tithe. But for [“if not for”?] the Blood of Jesus, we’d be doomed.
I mean, I thought about when we first built “The Dome,” I wanted to put some of those little moving bars and give everybody a little card. They’d stick it in a little computer slot. If they were tithing, beautiful music would go off and, you know, [Creflo sings] “Welcome, welcome, welcome to the World Dome.” [Congregation laughs.]
But…if they were non-tithers, the bar would lock up, the red and blue lights would start going, the siren would go off, and a voice would go out throughout the entire dome, “Crook, crook, crook, crook!” [Congregation laughs.] Security would go and apprehend them, and once we got them all together, we’d line them up in the front and pass out Uzis by the ushers and point our Uzis right at all those non-tithing members ’cause we want God to come to church, and at the count of three “Jesus”-es we’d shoot them all dead.
And then we’d take them out the side door there, have a big hole, bury them, and then go ahead and have church and have the anointing. [Mostly silence in the congregation, but one or two still actually laugh.] Aren’t you glad we’re under the Blood of Jesus? [“Yeah, yeah,” from the congregation.] Because if we were not under the Blood of Jesus, I would certainly try it.”