Sure he has the jets, the big house, the lavish lifestyle. He also makes God out to be a big casino, where the payoff is 100-1- you know the old give 1 dollar to me, get back 100. But so do all the other popular Christian ministries out there. The reason I don't have as big of a problem with Copeland is that he isn't spending most of his time telling the "non" churched world how they should live their lives and then doing something else. He pretty much keeps his insane scam self contained in TX.
If his followers want to give him millions of dollars every year, that's between him and them. But the day that Kenneth Copeland starts telling me or anyone else outside of his own ministry what i'm supposed to do- that's when you can expect me to question his actions and his ministry more so than I am doing here.