Joseph Prince…….Joseph Prince

This Singapore native is a Senior Pastor at one of Asia’s biggest churches, the New Creation Church. The son of a Sikh priest, he has been associated with the church his entire life and has traveled extensively from Australia and Canada to Italy, Indonesia and the Netherlands. Prince helped establish the nondenominational New Creation Church in 1984. Membership quickly swelled from 25 people to a mind-boggling 31,000. He has a television program and has also authored books, CDs and DVDs. The church takes in an annual income of $44.7 million and Prince’s religious program Destined to Reign, is broadcast in over 150 countries, according to wikipedia.

Prince reportedly earns $550,000 per year in salary. In Singapore, every charity and non-profit organization are required to report the salaries of their chief executives. The church did not confirm Prince’s identity when it revealed that one of its employees is paid $550,000, but it did issue a statement acknowledging that their mission is to “recognize and reward key contributors to the church and Senior Pastor Prince is the main pillar of our church’s growth and revenue.” He is reportedly the 10th richest pastor in the world. Prince is married and has two children.

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Kirk Cameron

Kirk Cameron was a famous 1980’s TV actor thanks to the success of the hit ABC sitcom “Growing Pains,” in which he played the character of Mike Seaver. Since leaving the show he has become a radical Christian pastor who has produced many Christian TV shows and films such as Listen To Me, Fireproofand the Left Behind series.

In the 1990s he partnered with New Zealand evangelist Ray Comfort. Cameron co-founded The Way of the Master ministry, and also co-hosts a television show of the same name. His show won the National Religious Broadcasters’ Best Program Award for two years in a row. Cameron and Comfort have come under fire for their creationist beliefs. Cameron drew controversy in 2009, for distributing edited versions of Charles Darwins’ On the Origin of Species at colleges and universities.


Kirk Cameron’s version discredited Darwins’ theory of evolution, and was roundly condemned by scientists. Cameron and his wife also run Camp Firefly. The free summer camp provides a week vacation for terminally ill children and their families. Cameron has an equally-famous sibling, sister Candace Cameron Bure, who starred in “Full House” and now appears in its spin-off “Fuller House.” Bure became a Christian in her 20s, and encourages visitors to her website to find Christ for themselves.

Kirk Cameron



Chris Oyakhilome

“Pastor Chris” is a Nigerian minister and the founder of Believers’ Loveworld Incorporated, AKA the Christ Embassy. Headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria, Pastor Chris claims to be a faith healer. His ridiculous claims include the ability to rid people of HIV through nothing but prayer. Much of his fame and wealth have come from Healing School, the widely translated Rhapsody of Realities, and Inner City Missions for Children. He also runs three Christian television channels that promote healing and general miracles for an international audience. He has more than 1.2 million followers on Twitter and his e-books are offered in 667 languages.



Bishop T.D. Jakes

Bishop Thomas Dexter “T. D.” Jakes, Sr. lives in a $1.7 million dollar mansion and has been featured on the cover of Time magazine. As founder of The Potters’ House, this Dallas minister has racked up a huge net worth. His ministry now has over 30,000 members and 50 outreach ministries. According to some sources, Jakes has a net worth of $150 million.





Rev. John Hagee Posing After An Interview

Reverend Hagee is the CEO of John Hagee Ministries, a Christian multi-media empire. John Hagee Ministries broadcasts to 150 million households worldwide. Hagee also serves as the CEO of the non-profit organization Christian Evangelism Television.

He has published many book titles, including Day of Deception, The Seven Secrets: Unlocking Genuine Greatness, and The Power of the Prophetic Blessing. pastor-slider

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