‘False prophet’ pastor berates congregation for not shopping for him dear new watch


Time for a brand new preacher!

A Missouri pastor was caught on digicam berating his “broke” congregation for failing to purchase him an costly Movado watch — sparking criticism that he needs to make a revenue not be a prophet.

Pastor Carlton Funderburke of the Church on the Properly in Kansas Metropolis was giving a fiery sermon about “honoring God’s shepherds” when he scolded his followers for being too poor to offer him the dear time piece he’d requested, in keeping with now-viral TikTok footage.


Kansas Metropolis Pastor GOES OFF on congregation calling them “poor, broke busted and disgusted” as a result of they didn’t give him sufficient cash to purchase a brand new watch he’s been wanting. It’s pastors like these that give the church a foul identify smh an additionally why loads of our era left the church. What y’all suppose? 🤔

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“See that’s how I do know you continue to poor, broke, busted, and disgusted due to the way you’ve been honoring me,” Funderburke stated in the course of the speech on Aug. 7.

“I’m not price your McDonald’s cash? I’m not price your Crimson Lobster cash? I ain’t price your St. John’s knit? Y’all can’t afford it no how,” he continues within the clip, as some church-goers amazingly reply with encouragement.

“I ain’t price your Louis Vuitton? I ain’t price your Prada? I’m not price your Gucci?”

Kansas Metropolis Pastor Carlton Funderburke known as his congregation “broke” for not shopping for him the costly watch he requested for.
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Funderburke later apologized and said the viral video "does not reflect my heart or my sentiment toward God's people."
Funderburke later apologized and stated the viral video “doesn’t mirror my coronary heart or my sentiment towards God’s individuals.”
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Funderburke, who based the church together with his spouse, then tears into his flock for failing to know what “God is saying” about methods to deal with those that ship His message.

‘”Ooh, you should buy a Movado [watch] at Sam’s [Club] and you understand I requested for one final yr. And right here it’s all the way in which in August and I nonetheless ain’t acquired it,” he says of the watch, which ranges in value from roughly $300 to $3,000.

“Let me kick down the door and discuss to my low cost little kids.”

Observers known as him a “false prophet” and stated he’s spinning the phrase of God for his personal materials achieve.

“It’s the pastor going off on his congregation and calling them broke for not shopping for him a watch !!! Y’all higher beware of those false prophets !!” one lady wrote on Twitter.

One other critic teased, “Does anybody know which a part of the gospels mentions Movado watches at Sam’s Membership? Asking for a buddy.”

Funderburke later apologized, saying “video clip doesn’t mirror my coronary heart or my sentiment towards God’s individuals.”

“Although there’s context behind the content material of the clip, no context will suffice to elucidate the damage and anguish brought on by my phrases,” Funderburke says in a video posted to the church’s YouTube web page.

“I’ve additionally privately apologized to our church, who has prolonged their love and help to me.”

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