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Saturday, March 18, 2017

Pimping From The Pulpit:


Reader, a suburban St. Louis pastor faces June sentencing now that he's admitted in federal court that he defrauded and filed a false tax return in connection with a million-dollar investment fraud scheme. Fifty-two-year-old Mark Q. Stafford of O'Fallon Missouri pleaded guilty Wednesday in St. Louis. Prosecutors say the minister at New Birth Powerplex Ministries in St. Louis admitted he falsely represented to clients of his Stafford Financial Firm that their funds invested with Quest Financial Holdings or Gain Capital Group.
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  1. Ms. Ann, he ain't the only one. These predatory pastors have been preying on our communities forever. Several rose to national prominence by exploiting #Ferguson and the murder of Michael Brown.

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  2. He simply needs to pimp his hairstyle. Start and end with that!

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  3. Another One Bites The Dust. Lady Brock. This is a pattern that keeps happening over and over in the CHURCH. Why ? Cause folks TRUST these so call men or women of GAWD. That's right I spelled it GAWD not GOD. Cause if these folks were SAVED AND FILLED WITH THE HOLY GHOST. They wouldn't be swindlers. Folks have to stop being do gullible and ignorant
    Folks needs to seek GOD and a CPA and a Certified Financial Planner not your pastor or anyone associated with the ministry . Even if they are a professional. You seperate your church life from personal and financial buisness as much as possible. What has happened is that. These pastors see how much these folks are paying in tithes and offerings and they start explotating the folks for there own financial gain. It's time out for foolishness it's time for folks to take charge of there finances and take care of themselves and there famlies. And let these sorry folks get off there behinds and get jobs and go to WORK WORK WORK WORK WORK WORK

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  4. Another One Bites The Dust. Lady Brock. This is a pattern that keeps happening over and over in the CHURCH. Why ? Cause folks TRUST these so call men or women of GAWD. That's right I spelled it GAWD not GOD. Cause if these folks were SAVED AND FILLED WITH THE HOLY GHOST. They wouldn't be swindlers. Folks have to stop being do gullible and ignorant
    Folks needs to seek GOD and a CPA and a Certified Financial Planner not your pastor or anyone associated with the ministry . Even if they are a professional. You seperate your church life from personal and financial buisness as much as possible. What has happened is that. These pastors see how much these folks are paying in tithes and offerings and they start explotating the folks for there own financial gain. It's time out for foolishness it's time for folks to take charge of there finances and take care of themselves and there famlies. And let these sorry folks get off there behinds and get jobs and go to WORK WORK WORK WORK WORK WORK

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  5. The only incident when Jesus got angry was when they were exchanging money in the church, and yet pastors and their congregation still continue to want to "DO BUSINESS" with the pastor.

    Just because you call him pastor, DOESN'T mean you should listen to his investment advice or give him money (that includes tithes and offerings)

    (Just like one of the commentators already stated)
    If your pastor isn't a LICENSED CPA in good standing
    (and even then, I would be skeptical)
    Just nod your head when he gives you investment opportunities and keep on walking towards the door.

    Just a question.
    Has ANYBODY heard of people following the investment advice (and led) of a pastor and it actually saved them money and it WASN'T A SCAM???

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