Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) has had its fair share of bad publicity lately, and it’s no wonder. Greed and ungodliness like theirs can’t be covered forever. In an article published by the OC Register, they show this picture of Jan Crouch, wife of TBN founder, Paul Crouch, holding a hand-written will, allegedly written by Paul Crouch, Sr. when he was on his deathbed. This hand-written will gives Jan’s favorite son, Matthew, control over the family business (TBN) instead of Jan’s oldest and least-favored son. Notice Matt in the mirror taking the picture with his phone. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then I would say Jan wasn’t so broken up about thinking her husband was about to die. In fact, she seems to be mocking him. However, he didn’t die – and neither did this photo. It was submitted as part of a lawsuit brought by the Crouch’s granddaughter, Brittany Koper. And, as a side note, I did enlarge the photograph and Paul Crouch did give Matt the majority of the power.
I’ve been keeping up with these lawsuits, and to be sure, there’s much, much scandal going on.
Here are links to the whole ordeal, just in case anyone missed it:
- Deathbed power struggle at Trinity Broadcasting?
- Trinity escapes ‘vexatious litigant’ label — for now
- Is Trinity Broadcasting a ‘vexatious litigant’?
- Suit alleges TBN covered up rape of 13-year-old
- From beloved granddaughter to exiled accuser: Brittany Koper and TBN
- Settlement reached in TBN age discrimination case
- TBN suit: Senior workers ‘too old, too sick, and too lazy’
- Relatives threatened to ‘destroy’ Crouch granddaughter
- TBN extravagance? Read internal memos for yourself
- TBN to judge: Stop Watchdog blogger
Honestly, I pray all of their dirty dealing and stealing is laid bare for the world to see.