Kenneth Copeland Pastor, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Children, Ministries, and Net Worth

Kenneth Copeland Bio, Wiki

Kenneth Copeland ( Full name: Kenneth Max Copeland) is a popular American televangelist and author associated with the charismatic movement. Besides, his organization, Kenneth Copeland Ministries, is in Tarrant County, Texas. Kenneth has been identified as preaching the prosperity gospel. 

Kenneth’s evangelism calls for donations to his church, proposing that parishioners will get a “hundredfold” return on their investment. He has also been criticized for his use of donations and tax-exempt status to finance mansions, private jets, an airport as well as other lavish purchases.

In the course of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Kenneth repeatedly claimed that the pandemic had ended or would soon end, that he could cure his followers of the disease, as well as that Christians should proceed to pay tithes to him if they lost their jobs in the economic crisis that the pandemic caused. Later on, Kenneth made false claims to have destroyed the virus and to have ended the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Kenneth Copeland Age

He was born on December 6, 1936, in Lubbock, Texas, in the United States. Kenneth is 84 years old.

Kenneth Copeland's photo
Copeland’s photo

Kenneth Copeland Height

He is a man of average stature. Kenneth stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx 1.65 m).

Kenneth Copeland Family

He was born in Lubbock, Texas to his father and mother. Kenneth is a proud son of Aubrey Wayne and Vinita Pearl (née Owens) Copeland. He grew up in West Texas near a United States Army Air Forces airfield, which inspired him to become a pilot.

Kenneth Copeland Wife

Kenneth happily married his lovely Wife Gloria Copeland who serves as the New York Times Bestselling author, teacher, and minister of the gospel. The pair married in 1963 following the separation of Kenneth from his second wife Cynthia Davis. Previously Kenneth married Ivy Bodiford from 1955 to 1958 whom they share a daughter Terri Pearson. From 1958 to 1961, Kenneth married Cynthia Davis.

Kenneth Copeland Children

He has three children including  Terri Pearsons who is from the previous marriage of Kenneth and Ivy Bordford and she is currently married to the senior pastor George Pearsons of Eagle Mountain International Church. He has a son John Copeland who works as the executive vice president of Quiksilver in Panama City Florida. Kenneth also has a daughter Kellie Copeland Swisher who serves as the senior pastor of the children’s ministry at Eagle Mountain International Church.

Kenneth Copeland Ministries

After attending Charismatic Pastor Seminars Kenneth E. Hagin, Copeland and his wife Gloria founded Kenneth Copeland Ministries (KCM) in Fort Worth, Texas in 1967. Their ministry’s motto became “Jesus is Lord” from Romans 10:9. Kenneth has claimed in an interview that the ministry has “brought more than 122 million people to the Lord Jesus Christ”.

His ministries have taken advantage of a Federal Aviation Administration program that keeps flights private from tracking websites, as well as the ministry owns five such aircraft whose flights are kept private, such as the Cessna 750 Citation X noted above and a North American T-28 Trojan. The United States Senator Chuck Grassley has questioned some of the flights taken by these aircraft, such as layovers in Maui, Fiji, and Honolulu. Besides the ministries say that the stopovers were only for preaching or for allowing pilot rest.

Kenneth Copeland House |Home

He resides northwest of Fort Worth, Texas, near the shore of Eagle Mountain Lake in a “church parsonage” that can easily be described as a mansion or palace. His expensive home fits Kennethy’s theology as he teaches his church and TV audiences “to live like a king.” The Eagle Mountain International Church (EMIC) owns the 18,279 square-foot home now appraised for $10,825,462. There is a road that connects the home to the Kenneth Copeland Airport.

Kenneth Copeland Laughing

Kenneth the televangelist leader and longtime Trump supporter shared a hearty laugh with his congregation about Joe Biden winning the presidency. During a 40-second-long video uploaded to the Right Wing Watch Twitter account, the preacher taunted President-elect Joe Biden and the media. Nevertheless to say that he let out just a chuckle doesn’t do it justice.

At a prayer service, Kenneth asked “The media said what?” before bursting into an awkwardly long fit of laughter. “The media said Joe Biden’s president!” He said. Kenneth starts off by offering a bit of a fake laugh before bursting into hysterics.

Kenneth Copeland Church | Pastor |Televangelist

His Ministries is located in Fort Worth, Texas, on 33 acres (13 ha), a property valued at $554,160 in 2008 by Tarrant Appraisal District. That site includes the Eagle Mountain International Church, television and radio production facilities, warehouse and distribution facilities, residences for the Copeland family, and Kenneth Copeland Airport. Approximately 500 people are employed by KCM. His son John Copeland is the ministry’s chief operating officer.

The Ministry 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. In addition, the ministry also is restoring a 1962 Beech H-18 Twin, which the ministry plans to use for disaster relief efforts.

Kenneth Copeland Healing Scriptures

-Psalm 118:17- I shall not die, but live, and declare the works of the Lord.
-Isaiah 41:10 -Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.
-Jeremiah 1:12-Then said the Lord unto me, Thou hast well seen: for I will hasten my word to perform it.
-Jeremiah 17:14- Heal me, O Lord, and I shall be healed; save me, and I shall be saved: for thou art my praise.
-Jeremiah 30:17-For I will restore health unto thee, and I will heal thee of thy wounds, saith the Lord.

Kenneth Copeland Private Jet | Jet

His $3.6 million Jet was denied tax-exempt status in 2009, opening up a possible investigation into the church’s expenses; Kenneth failed to disclose the salaries of his directors. The ministry stated in 2008 that it owned five airplanes, one of which is valued at $17.5 million.

Kenneth’s ministry bought a multi-million Gulfstream V jet airplane. That jet was bought from Tyler Perry a filmmaker and businessman. Kenneth had asked for another $19.5 million as of August 2018, for the building of a hangar, upgrading of the runway, and maintenance.

At a broadcast with his fellow televangelist Jesse Duplantis, in 2015 Kenneth defended the use of private jets as a necessary part of their ministry, comparing flying in a commercial plane to getting “in a long tube with a bunch of demons”. Kenneth and other televangelists’ use of private jets and other lavish houses and vehicles has been criticized.

Kenneth Copeland Books

-From Faith To Faith (1990)
-The Laws of Prosperity (1974)
-Pursuit of His Presence (1998)
-How To Discipline Your Flesh (1984)
-Prayer Your Foundation For Success (1983)
-Limitless Love (2012)
-The Blessings of the Lord (2011)
-The Force of Faith (1983)
-Six Steps To Excellence (1983)
-One Word From God (1999)
-The Force of Righteousness (1983)

Kenneth Copeland Interview

He was impeached in February 2007 for using his ministry’s Citation X for personal vacations and friends. His 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. Answering media questions, Kenneth pointed to what he asserted was an accounting firm’s declaration that all jet travel complies with federal tax laws.

KCM’s Citation Bravo was denied tax exemption in December 2008, 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. The 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 Phone Number

PRAYER LINE –> 877-281-6297…

Kenneth Copeland Net Worth

Kenneth is a televangelist and author associated with the charismatic movement. Therefore, Kenneth has accumulated a decent fortune over the years. Kenneth’s estimated net worth is $300 Million.

How Old Is Kenneth Copeland

Kenneth is an 84-year-old who was born on December 6, 1936, in Lubbock, Texas, in the United States.

Is Kenneth Copeland Married

Yes. Kenneth happily married his lovely Wife Gloria Copeland who serves as the New York Times Bestselling author, teacher, and minister of the gospel. The pair married in 1963 following the separation of Kenneth from his second wife Cynthia Davis. Previously Kenneth married Ivy Bodiford from 1955 to 1958 whom they share a daughter Terri Pearson. From 1958 to 1961, Kenneth married Cynthia Davis.

How Much Is Kenneth Copeland Worth

He works as a televangelist and author associated with the charismatic movement who has accumulated a decent fortune over the years. Kenneth’s estimated net worth is $300 Million.

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