As it turned out, most of the funds K.A. Paul raised were used to buy a huge 747 outfitted with a second-floor cabin that contained his own bed, complete with red and gold lamé bedspread. Paul flew the oversized aircraft to Third World nations where he grabbed as much publicity as possible by staging photo ops with politicians. He tried to convince them that his Houston-based organization, Gospel to the Unreached Millions, was alleviating world poverty.
In actuality, Paul was stealing from Christians to feed his monstrous ego.
When I visited India last week, I learned that K.A. Paul was arrested in May and is currently in jail in Andhra Pradesh. Authorities have charged that he hired a man to kill his own brother because the two were having a dispute over ministry properties. Now, this man who claimed to be a counselor to presidents and prime ministers has been placed in a mental hospital while he awaits trial.
The hypocrisy of Charisma Magazine is incredible! Where did K.A. Paul get the idea to fleece money out of naive Christians and live the high-life at their expense? I wonder if he ever read Charisma Magazine?
Surely the example set by Kenneth Copeland, Benny Hinn, Creflo Dollar et. al. spurred him on? He learned it from them, from the “prosperity gospel” and “word of faith” cult which Charisma promotes. Charisma Magazine has been promoting these money preachers for years, and making money out of them. I hope there is real repentance at Charisma. It is IMMORAL to merchandize the gospel for financial gain.
Can you imagine if any of these preachers met Paul the Apostle what he would say to them?