Full Interview: Preacher Kenneth Copeland Defends Lavish Lifestyle


Televangelist Kenneth Copeland enjoys a life of luxury. He has his own airport next to his mansion in Newark, Texas, where he keeps his private jets. When Inside Edition’s Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero caught up with him in Branson, Missouri, he spoke to her at length about his lifestyle and why he says the jets are important to his ministry. “If I flew commercial, I’d have to stop 65% of what I’m doing,” he said. Guerrero asked him about a previous comment he made saying he doesn’t fly commercial because he doesn’t “want to get into a tube with a bunch of demons.” “Do you really believe that human beings are demons?” she asked. “No, I do not and don’t you ever say I did,” Copeland responded as he pointed his finger at her. Watch Guerrero’s full interview above and see the investigation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZmGmGnkBVM


Date: November 12, 2019

46 thoughts on “Full Interview: Preacher Kenneth Copeland Defends Lavish Lifestyle

  1. He looked like a demon when he got angry. He says I cant be around drunks when I'm about to preach. Isn't that a good place for a pastor to be converting people to Jesus. I hope this man is exposed for what he is.

  2. This man has been preaching his entire life and he wants you to believe he couldn't handle giving a sermon after the highly unlikely event of violence in the FIRST CLASS CABIN on HIS commercial flights. I'm not buying that nonsense, but I'm sure that his faithful and gullible donors will.

  3. Abraham didn't earn his wealth doing what Copeland does. That whole argument is a pre-contrived sham for his donors, and Inside Edition helped him get that sham message to more donors. Wake up and stop giving him money.

  4. Ending: "It thrills me to have my face on Inside Edition." That pretty well sums up the egos of people like him. They all love their faces in front of as many people as possible, whenever, wherever.

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