Megachurch Pastor Jeffress Finally Relents and Moves Services Online

Ardent Trump supporter, Dallas megachurch pastor and frequent Fox News contributor Robert Jeffress, who uses his pulpit to espouse his ultra-conservative, small-government views, has finally relented after much criticism from health officials — and agreed to move his services online.

Hey, give the poor guy a break. He had to wait until the church was fully set-up to receive online payments for heaven’s sake. You can’t run a “Prosperity Gospel” without cash flowing in. As we all know, those mansions and private jets aren’t going to pay for themselves.

So, I suppose this means the sermons will be online for the foreseeable future. I know this has be kind of a letdown for everyone, especially after that giant coronavirus “incubation and Transmit” get-together they held last Sunday at the church.

But, just hold tight fellow parishioners, because before you know it, this pastor will be right up there on that electronic pulpit, preaching his gospel of small government and big church — and wirelessly collecting — your generous donations.



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