The 7 Laws of Prosperity - Kenneth Copeland Ministries BlogKCM specializes in biblical teaching that focuses on faith, love, healing, prosperity, and restoration through diverse media, such as television, internet, books, CD, and DVD. They divorced in Gloria and the Copeland children work for KCM. Kellie preaches at various meetings throughout the United States, as does Terri, who also preaches at Eagle Mountain International Church, pastored by her husband, George Pearsons. Following his conversion, Copeland turned the rest of his life over to the gospel and ministry work. Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, along with ministry friends including some family members, also preach at other conventions and conferences throughout the world.
God's Will is Prosperity
These are all definitions of the good life—of prosperity. Instead, the Bible uses words like overflow, plentiful and abundance. God wants to do exceedingly, abundantly above all we can even ask or think Ephesians , and He tells us that His only plans for us are success Jeremiah God wants to bless us with whole-life prosperity to establish His covenant with us, give us life more abundantly, and empower us to bless others and further the gospel of Jesus Christ. The idea that God wants His people sick, sad or living in poverty is completely against His Word and His very nature.
Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of date., You don't have to talk God into prospering you. Scripture clearly reveals it's His will for you to thrive and be successful.
Kenneth Max Copeland born December 6, is an American televangelist and author associated with the Charismatic Movement. Copeland married Ivy Bodiford in October and became the parents of Terri Copeland Pearsons;  they divorced in Gloria and the Copeland children work for KCM. Kellie preaches throughout the United States, as does Terri, who also preaches at Eagle Mountain International Church, which is pastored by her husband, George Pearsons. Prior to his conversion to Christianity in November , Copeland was a recording artist on the Imperial Records label, having one Billboard Top 40 hit "Pledge of Love", which charted in the Top 40 on April 20, , stayed on the charts for 15 weeks, and peaked at Following his conversion, Copeland devoted his life to the gospel and ministry work. For decades, Copeland's ministry has held three-to-six-day conventions across the United States.
While defending his use of private jets, Copeland revealed that he now has three of them and he purchased his latest acquisition from media mogul Tyler Perry at a price he could not refuse. When asked how much he actually paid for the jet, Copeland would not say but explained that private jets are a vital part of his ministry. He further asserted that if he didn't fly in private jets he would have to stop doing more than half the work in his ministry. I had a week off and I was scheduled for Peru. Copeland, who also admitted to using his ministry's jets to fly to his vacation homes, challenged a running narrative that he believes people who travel on commercial flights are demons. I love people.