I cannot tell you the last time I have tuned into TBN. My spirit simply rejected it as vile. Now I see why. A Hicktowner sent me this story:

The granddaughter of Trinity Broadcasting Network’s Paul and Jan Crouch has accused the world’s largest Christian broadcaster of unlawfully distributing charitable assets worth more than $50 million to the company’s directors.

The charges are leveled in a federal lawsuit filed by Crouch granddaughter Brittany Koper (far left) last week against her former lawyers, who also do legal work for TBN.

“Observers have often wondered how the Crouches can afford multiple mansions on both coasts, a $50 million jet and chauffeurs,” said Tymothy MacLeod, Koper’s attorney. “And finally, with the CFO coming forward, we have answers to those questions.”

Koper had served as chief financial officer, director of finance, corporate treasurer and director of human resources for Trinity Christian Center of Santa Ana, which does business as Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), according to the suit. Koper’s complaint is not directed against her grandparents or TBN — but against the two attorneys who handle some TNB legal work, and who once worked for Koper herself. She accuses them of professional negligence, breach of fiduciary duty and other transgressions in the suit.

Koper was using these attorneys for her personal affairs, and she went to them with her suspicions over the legality of the payments to TBN’s directors, only to be told to shut up, return everything she had earned through TBN to the company, and be gone, according to the suit.



  1. Tragedy Broadcasting Network is on the ropes? I’m not surprised. With the amount of foolishness that they promote, it is not only time for the covers to come off, but it is really time for them to stop peddling heresy and false doctrine. Maybe their satelite will fall out of the sky.

  2. Albert,”Maybe their satelite will fall out of the sky.” That is very funny sir..I could not stop laughing for a moment because I saw in a flash satellites falling out of the sky..Wow.

  3. @Prof Albert. Trust me, tough luck, even of gravity forces the Sattelite from the skies there are enough silly black people,”partners”, and hosts, “washed up gospel singers”, who will uphold these sattelites with holy hands,moortgage payments and child support money.

  4. or they would think the sattelites falling are a blessing from God. Thats how silly they are…

  5. @ Cladius, I was laughing when I typed it.

    @ Winston, you are totally correct. ALl you have to do is watch “Praise the Lord” and look at the audience- they cater to black folks, especially when they bring on the heavy hitters like Jakes, Bryant, Tims (RIP) etc…or the fake ones like Steve Harvey- they know how to get in our pockets man, lol.

    @ Stacey, you’re right- they would say that that’s a sign from God to replace that one with an updated one- and to Sow a SATELLITE SEED if you want God to bless you, lol…