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Kenneth Max Copeland (born December 6, 1936) is an American author, musician, public speaker, and televangelist associated with the Charismatic Movement. Copeland has been identified with preaching a prosperity and abundance message, commonly referred to as the prosperity gospel, which has been criticized by various denominations. His Tarrant County, Texas-based Kenneth Copeland Ministries (KCM) advocates daily application of the “Word of God”, meaning the Bible. KCM specializes in biblical teaching that focuses on faith, love, healing, prosperity, and restoration through diverse media, such as television, internet, books, CD, and DVD. KCM’s motto is “Jesus is Lord” based upon Romans 10:9.
Kenneth Max Copeland was born in Lubbock, Texas, to Aubrey Wayne and Vinita Pearl (née Owens) Copeland. He was raised in West Texas near a United States Army Air Forces airfield, which inspired him to become a pilot.
Copeland married Ivy Bodiford in October 1955 and were the parents of Terri Copeland Pearsons. They divorced in 1958. Kenneth married Gloria (née Neece) on April 13, 1963. They are the parents of John Copeland and Kellie Copeland Swisher. Gloria and the Copeland children work for KCM. Kellie preaches at various meetings throughout the United States, as does Terri, who also preaches at Eagle Mountain International Church, pastored by her husband, George Pearsons.
Prior to his conversion to Christianity in November 1962, Copeland was a recording artist on the Imperial Records label, having one Billboard Top 40 hit (“Pledge of Love”, which charted in the Top 40 on April 20, 1957, stayed on the charts for 15 weeks, and peaked at #17).
Following his conversion, Copeland turned the rest of his life over to the gospel and ministry work. In the fall of 1967, he enrolled in Oral Roberts University, where he soon became the pilot and chauffeur for Oral Roberts.
Historically, Copeland’s ministry held a number of conventions across the United States which lasted anywhere from three to six days. The number of longer set conventions has waned in recent years, although KCM still holds an annual Believer’s Convention in his hometown of Fort Worth, Texas, during the week of July 4. Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, along with ministry friends including some family members, also preach at other conventions and conferences throughout the world. These events stream live on Copeland’s website, kcm.org, as well as being shown on Christian television stations such as God TV and the Daystar Television Network. Portions of recorded conferences are shown Sundays. The Monday through Friday television broadcasts features a Copeland family member, either alone or with another minister, discussing subjects from The Holy Bible. Most of these episodes are available on BVOV.tv. In July 2015, KCM launched the Believer’s Voice of Victory Network on channel 265 of Dish TV.
Kenneth Copeland Ministries is located at 14355 Morris Dido Road, Fort Worth, TX 76192 on 33 acres (13 ha) and was valued at $554,160 in 2008 by Tarrant Appraisal District. The site includes the Eagle Mountain International Church, television production and audio recording facilities, warehouse and distribution facilities, residences for the Copeland family, and Kenneth Copeland Airport. Approximately 500 people are employed by KCM. John Copeland is the ministry’s chief operating officer.
KCM also owns a 1998 Cessna 550 Citation Bravo, which it received from a donor in October 2007 and is used for domestic flights, and a 2005 Cessna 750 Citation X, which it uses for international flights. It also is restoring a 1962 Beech H-18 Twin, which the ministry plans to use for disaster relief efforts.
In February 2007, Copeland was accused of using his ministry’s Citation X for personal vacations and friends. The Copelands’ financial records are not publicly available, and a list of the board of directors is not accessible as these details are protected but known confidentially by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Responding to media questions, Copeland pointed to what he asserted was an accounting firm’s declaration that all jet travel complies with federal tax laws. In December 2008, KCM’s Citation Bravo was denied tax exemption after KCM refused to submit a standardized Texas Comptroller form that some county appraisal districts use to make determinations, which would have required making public the salary of all ministry staff. KCM subsequently filed suit with the Tarrant Appraisal District in January 2009 and its petition to have the aircraft’s tax-exempt status restored was granted in March 2010.
Kenneth Copeland Ministries has taken advantage of a Federal Aviation Administration program that keeps flights private from tracking websites, and the ministry owns five such aircraft whose flights are kept private, including the Cessna 750 Citation X note above and a North American T-28 Trojan. The United States Senator Chuck Grassley has questioned some of the flights taken by these aircraft, including layovers in Maui, Fiji, and Honolulu. The ministries say that the stopovers were for preaching or for allowing pilot rest.
According to the Washington Times, Kenneth Copeland (and another televangelist Jesse Duplantis), has defended his use of private jets as a luxury means of travel, arguing that commercial planes are full of “a bunch of demons.”
According to The Christian Post, Kenneth Copeland Ministries was criticized in 2010 for failing to fly disaster relief missions to Haiti after allegedly promising an aviation relief assistance program called Angel Flight 44. The Angel Flight 44 ministry was announced by Kenneth Copeland Ministries in 2006 and the ministry attempted to raise money to fund it. Richard Vermillion, co-author of a book on Angel Flight 44 commissioned by Kenneth Copeland Ministries, said that Copeland promised to form the aviation ministry but now believes it was never created. A spokesperson for Kenneth Copeland Ministries, Stephen Swisher, told The Christian Post, “This was not a specific promise with a timeline attached”, and said that the money was spent on airplane repairs and that the airplane was “not in airworthy condition” and had “structural issues.
In late November 2007, Mike Huckabee, a 2008 Republican presidential primary candidate, made six appearances on Copeland’s daily television program Believer’s Voice of Victory, discussing “Integrity of Character.” Huckabee, an ordained Baptist minister, was appearing on Copeland’s daily broadcast to promote his book, Character IS the Issue: How People with Integrity Can Revolutionize America. Through the years, Copeland has invited many church pastors and evangelists to appear on his daily program to discuss their respective books. Subsequently, in January 2008, the Huckabee campaign paid for use of Kenneth Copeland Ministries’ facilities for a fundraiser. The fundraising at the church was criticized by the Trinity Foundation.
As a result of the Huckabee appearances, Kenneth Copeland Ministries was one of six approached by the United States Senate inquiry into the tax-exempt status of religious organizations. The Copelands responded with a financial statement and created a website, Believers Stand United, to help explain their perspective.
In 2013, a measles outbreak (20 confirmed cases as of August 26) in Tarrant County was attributed in the press to anti-vaccination sentiments expressed by members of the Copeland Ministries. The church denied making any such statements and urged members to get vaccinations, even offering free immunizations through the church itself. Pastor Terri Copeland Pearsons, who is Kenneth Copeland’s daughter, offered free vaccination clinics and advised those who did not attend one of the clinics to quarantine themselves at home for two weeks. In a statement on the church website, Pearsons said she was not against immunizations, but also raised concerns about them.
“Some people think I am against immunizations, but that is not true,” the statement said. “Vaccinations help cut the mortality rate enormously. I believe it is wrong to be against vaccinations. The concerns we have had are primarily with very young children who have family history of autism and with bundlingtoo many immunizations at one time. There is no indication of the autism connection with vaccinations in older children. Furthermore, the new MMR vaccination is without thimerosal (mercury), which has also been a concern to many.”
Kenneth Copeland and his wife, Gloria Copeland, were featured in a 2015 episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver that gained media attention. Comedian John Oliver criticized the Copelands for using tax laws to live in a $6.3 million mansion as the parsonage allowance for their home is not subject to income taxes, for using church donations to buy a $20 million jet that was used for trips to a ski resort and a private game ranch and for promotion of healing through faith and skepticism of medicine, which Oliver highlighted with a video of Gloria Copeland saying that doctors give patients “poison that will make you sicker” and that the church is an alternative to medical treatment: “Which do you want to do? Do you want to do that,” Copeland asked of the doctor’s “poison” treatment, “or do you want to sit here on a Saturday morning, hear the word of God, and let faith come into your heart and be healed?”
In 2009, Copeland’s $3.6 million jet was denied tax-exempt status, opening up a possible investigation into the church’s expenses; Copeland failed to disclose the salaries of his directors. In 2008 the ministry stated it owned five airplanes, one of which is valued at $17.5 million.
Copeland’s ministry bought a multi-million Gulfstream V jet airplane and Copeland thanked his followers and Jesus for buying it when it was delivered at the Fort Worth airstrip, wearing a pilot jacket and sunglasses The jet was bought from filmmaker and businessman Tyler Perry. Copeland had earlier stated that flying commercial was like entering “a long tube with a bunch of demons”, and defended the use of private jets as it was important, it lets for prayer in privacy ‘as the Lord leads’ and avoids unnecessary demons. Now, the church is asking another $17 or $19.5 million for the building of a hangar, upgrading the runway and maintenance.
Copeland’s and other televangelists’ use of private jets and other lavish houses and vehicles has been criticized
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3 Steps to the Good Life (Gloria Copeland)
A Ceremony of Marriage (Kenneth Copeland)
A House NOT Divided Defeating (Kenneth Copeland)
A Matter of Choice (Kenneth Copeland)
And Jesus Healed Them All (Gloria Copeland)
Are You Ready (Gloria Copeland)
Be a Vessel of Honor (Gloria Copeland)
Blessed Beyond Measure: Experience the Extraordinary Goodness of God (Gloria Copeland)
Blessed to Be a Blessing (Kenneth Copeland)
Build Your Financial Foundation (Gloria Copeland)
Coming Through The Fire (Gloria Copeland)
Dream Big Talk Big and Turn Your Faith Loose (Kenneth Copeland)
Do You Fit The Profile of A Pro (Kenneth Copeland)
Don’t Buy the Lie (Gloria Copeland)
Don’t Give Up, Double Up (Gloria Copeland)
Faith-and-Patience (Kenneth Copeland)
Family Promises (Kenneth Copeland)
Freedom From Fear (Kenneth Copeland)
From Faith to Faith: A Daily Guide to Victory (Kenneth & Gloria Copeland)
Giving and Receiving (Kenneth Copeland)
Go With the Flow! (Gloria Copeland)
God Has Your Miracle On His Mind (Gloria Copeland)
God’s Master Plan for Your Life: Ten Keys to Fulfilling Your Destiny (Gloria Copeland)
God’s Will For You: Legacy Edition (Gloria Copeland)
God’s Will is Prosperity (Gloria Copeland)
God’s Will Is The Holy Spirit (Gloria Copeland)
Harvest of Health (Gloria Copeland)
He Did It All For You (Kenneth Copeland)
Healing Confessions Booklet (Gloria Copeland)
Hidden Treasures: Abundant Life In The Riches Of Proverbs (Gloria Copeland)
Honor (Kenneth Copeland)
How to Conquer Strife (Kenneth Copeland)
How to Always Choose God’s Best (Gloria Copeland)
How to Discipline Your flesh (Kenneth Copeland)
How to Unclutter Your Heart (Gloria Copeland)
How to Receive Communion (Kenneth Copeland)
How To Receive God’s Blessing (Kenneth Copeland)
How Much Are You Willing To Receive (Kenneth Copeland)
How to Study the Bible (Kenneth Copeland)
How You Call It Is How It Will Be (Kenneth Copeland)
In Love There is No Fear (Kenneth Copeland)
In It to Win It (Gloria Copeland)
Know Your Enemy_Unveiling (Kenneth Copeland)
Laws of Prosperity (Kenneth Copeland)
Limitless Love_A 365 Devotional (Kenneth Copeland)
LifeLine Prayers (Kenneth Copeland)
Live Long, Finish Strong: The Divine Secret to Living Healthy, Happy and Healed (Gloria Copeland)
Living at the End of Time (Kenneth Copeland)
Living In Heavens Blessing Now (Gloria Copeland)
Looking for a Receiver (Gloria Copeland)
Love Letters From Heaven (Kenneth Copeland)
Load Up Pocket Devotional (Kenneth Copeland)
Love Never Fails (Kenneth Copeland)
Love—The Secret to Your Success (Gloria Copeland)
Managing God’s Mutual Funds (Kenneth Copeland)
Mercy_ The Divine Rescue (Kenneth Copeland)
No Deposit – No Return (Gloria Copeland)
Now Are We in Christ Jesus (Kenneth Copeland)
One Word From God Can Change Your Family (Kenneth & Gloria Copeland)
One Word From God Can Change Your Finances (Kenneth & Gloria Copeland)
One Word From God Can Change Your Health (Kenneth & Gloria Copeland)
One Word From God Can Change Your Nation (Kenneth & Gloria Copeland)
One Word From God Can Change Your Prayer Life (Kenneth & Gloria Copeland)
Only One Thing (Kenneth Copeland)
Our Covenant With God (Kenneth Copeland)
Pleasing the Father (Gloria Copeland)
Prayer – Your Foundation For Success (Kenneth Copeland)
Pursuit Of His Presence (Kenneth & Gloria Copeland) PDF
Receive As A Child Live Like A King (Kenneth Copeland)
Raising Children Without Fear (Kenneth Copeland)
Sensitivity of Heart (Kenneth Copeland)
Shine On – Overcoming Persecution (Gloria Copeland)
Six Steps to Excellence in Ministry (Kenneth Copeland)
Sorrow Not! (Kenneth Copeland)
Stir Yourself Up (Kenneth Copeland)
The Blessing of The Lord (Kenneth Copeland)
The Decision Is Yours (Kenneth Copeland)
The Force of Faith (Kenneth Copeland)
The Force of Righteousness (Kenneth Copeland)
The Grace That Makes Us Holy (Gloria Copeland)
The Image of God in You (Kenneth Copeland)
The Mercy of God (Kenneth Copeland)
The Outpouring Of The Spirit (Kenneth Copeland)
The Plan That Never Fails (Kenneth Copeland)
The Power of the Tongue (Kenneth Copeland)
The Power to Be Forever Free (Kenneth Copeland)
The Protection of Angels (Gloria Copeland)
There is No High Like The Most High (Gloria Copeland)
The Troublemaker (Kenneth Copeland)
The Unbeatable Spirit of Faith (Gloria Copeland)
The Winning Attitude (Kenneth Copeland)
This Same Jesus (Gloria Copeland)
To Know Him: Beyond Religion Waits a Relationship That Will Change Your Life (Gloria Copeland)
Time For A Spiritual Check (Gloria Copeland)
True Prosperity (Gloria Copeland)
Tune-In-To-The-Voice-Of-God (Kenneth Copeland)
Turn Your Hurts Into Harvests (Kenneth Copeland)
Walking in the Realm of Miracles (Kenneth Copeland)
Walk with God (Gloria Copeland)
Welcome To The Family (Kenneth Copeland)
Well Worth the Wait (Gloria Copeland)
You Are Healed! (Kenneth Copeland)
Your Promise of Protection (Gloria Copeland)
Your Right Standing with God (Kenneth Copeland)
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