Creflo Dollar Ministries
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Creflo Dollar Ministries (CDM) is a global ministry created by and as a speaking platform for Creflo A. Dollar. In accordance with their vision, CDM has been overseas for many years through the teaching ministry of Creflo A. Dollar. The ministry currently has offices in the United States, Australia, the Republic of South Africa, Nigeria, and the United Kingdom. In the near future, CDM will be opening more offices. CDM's broadcast can be seen and heard in more than 150 countries around the world and is stated on their website to reach "nearly 1 billion homes around the world" as of December 2007. CDM has chosen not to be open and transparent with MinistryWatch.com. As such it is difficult to understand all aspects of its ministry. Including where one ministry begins and another ends, as well as where does the for-profit ventures intersect the ministries, especially as they seem to operate out of the same address and have in common Creflo Dollar as the CEO and Taffi Dollar as the CFO.
Creflo Dollar Ministries
PO Box 490124
College Park, GA 30349
Email: [email protected]
CEO/President: Dr. Creflo Dollar
Chairman: Dr. Creflo Dollar
Board size: 7
Founder: Dr. Creflo Dollar
Ruling year: 1986
Tax deductible: Yes
Fiscal year end:
Member of ECFA: No
Member of ECFA since:
Creflo Dollar Ministries (CDM) is a global ministry created by and as a speaking platform for Creflo A. Dollar.
In accordance with their vision, CDM has been overseas for many years through the teaching ministry of Creflo A. Dollar. The ministry currently has offices in the United States, Australia, the Republic of South Africa, Nigeria, and the United Kingdom. In the near future, CDM will be opening more offices.
CDM's broadcast can be seen and heard in more than 150 countries around the world and is stated on their website to reach "nearly 1 billion homes around the world" as of December of 2007.
CDM has chosen not to be open and transparent with MinistryWatch.com. As such it is difficult to understand all aspects of its ministry. Including where one ministry begins and another ends, as well as where does the for-profit ventures intersect the ministries, especially as they seem to operate out of the same address and have in common Creflo Dollar as the CEO and Taffi Dollar as the CFO. This partial list is as follows:
- World Changers Church International, Inc. (Nonprofit)
- World Changers Ministry Christian Center, Inc. (Nonprofit)
- Project Change International, Inc. (Nonprofit)
- World Heir, Inc. (Domestic Profit Business)
- Arrow Records (Georgia Limited Liability Company)
- International Covenant Ministries (Nonprofit)
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Statement of faith
The Bible is the written and inspired Word of God. Jesus Christ is the Son of God. The saints of God will be raptured. There is eternal life in either heaven or hell-you chose. There is an indwelling and a baptism in the Holy Spirit. Divine healing is ours today through Jesus Christ. Tithing is our covenant connector. Giving determines the amount of our increase. We should be baptized in the name of the Father,Son, and Holy Spirit.
Donor confidence score
|Does the organization have a statement of faith consistent with historic Christian creeds and is that statement of easily found on its website?||No||0/3|
|Does the board have no more than 2 non-independent members?||No||0/8|
|Does the board have at least four independent board members for every non-independent member?||No||0/3|
|Does the board contain between 5 and 11 members?||No||0/8|
|Does the organization file a Form 990 and make its Form 990 available to the public?||No||0/20|
|Does the organization make its audit or review (if annual revenue is more than $1-m) available on its website?||No||0/3|
|Is the organization a member of the ECFA?||No||0/15|
|Is the CEO/President's compensation within one standard deviation of the median compensation?||No||0/3|
|Did the organization operate at a net profit (revenue greater than expenses) in the most recent year?||Yes||3/3|
|Does the organization refrain from owning or leasing a private aircraft, or having fractional interest in one, that is primarily used for travel by the organization's leaders?||No||0/3|
|For the past five years, has the organization been free of any lawsuits or administrative actions filed against it by an employee, client, board member, vendor, donor, or other related party?||No||0/3|
|Are author royalties and speaking engagement fees paid to the organization, and not the individual?||No||0/3|
|Does the organization require its employees to affirm upon hiring the statement of faith of the organization?||No||0/3|
|Is the board chair an independent member of the board?||No||0/3|
|Does the board have term limits?||No||0/3|
|Have there been no public accusations of misdeeds against the organization, founder, CEO, senior pastor, or board members in the past five years?||No||0/3|
|Has the organization refrained from the use of non-disclosure agreements?||No||0/3|
|Does the organization have an overall financial efficiency rating of at least 3 stars?||No||0/10|
|Total donor confidence score||3/100|
Financial efficiency ratings
Sector: Educational Media
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The information below was provided to MinistryWatch by the ministry itself. It was last updated 4/20/2023. To update the information below, please email: [email protected]
Creflo A. Dollar was born and raised in College Park, Georgia. After graduating from Lakeshore High School, he obtained a Bachelor of Education degree with a concentration in History from West Georgia College in Carrollton, Georgia. He began his professional career as a high school teacher in the Fulton County School System. From there, he became an Educational Therapist for the Brawner Psychiatric Institute of Atlanta.
In 1986, Creflo A. Dollar began World Changers Christian Center, a non-denominational church in College Park. Pastor Dollar began the ministry at a local elementary school with only eight (8) people. At that time, the ministry was small, and aimed at developing a solid foundation for the fulfillment of a larger vision.
He now pastors a congregation of over 20,000 people and is an internationally known author, teacher and conference speaker with a ministry that not only reaches the local community, but also spans the globe. He can be seen and heard throughout the world on the "Changing Your World" broadcasts, via television and radio. Pastor Dollar also conducts conventions across the U.S. and around the world.