Fix It Jesus: Georgia Pastor Stole $250,000 In Donations From His Church And Spent It At Stores Like Victoria’s Secret!


Reader a well-known Savannah pastor is charged with embezzling money from his church for more than a decade. According to the indictment, Rev. Corey MeGill Brown “embezzled, stole, misappropriated, and converted to his own use donations made to the Second African Baptist Church, in an amount more than $250,000,” while he was employed as the church's Senior Pastor.



The charges allege Brown opened an account at SunTrust Bank in 2005 and diverted money intended to be tithes and offerings to the Second African Baptist Church into that account. Brown was pastor of the Second African Baptist Church on Houston Street, between the years of 1999 and 2014, and these charges come as the result of a two-year federal investigation.

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  1. NO worries. Wire and mail fraud to the tune of a quarter of a million.... The Feds are going to prepare a special place for this guy. There he can preach every day without the temptation of filthy lucre.

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  2. He may escape the full brunt of man's judgement but GOD knew all the time. So if you think you are standing firm be careful are you might fall.

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  3. He may escape the full brunt of man's judgement but GOD knew all the time. So if you think you are standing firm be careful are you might fall.

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