​​​​ Copied from Kenneth Copeland’s website​​ ​​​​ - showing their own presentation of what topics are taught at ​​​​ Kenneth Copeland Bible College ​​ courses the first and second years,​​ - and I have​​ RED-marked​​ some​​ of​​ the individual class-titles, so you can notice what great error this whole enterprise is promoting. Copeland has even taken the​​ liberty to go boasting, seen in his statement below, - quote: ​​ "They will experience the revival capital of the world in its entirety, while serving in various areas​​ such as: Superkid Academy, 14forty, Aviation, Media, and Worship.”

Copeland thus thinks that Fort​​ Worth in Texas is the hub, the very pinnacle of Gospel preaching.​​ 


I would rather characterize this kind of heretic enterprise as ‘A center for world-wide deception’ – since it is well known in Christendom that Kenneth Copeland along with many other (former)​​ Word of Faith pastors…took one more step into deception, namely professing to the NAR-movement. Copeland obviously thinks he is an​​ apostle​​ sent out by God, on same spiritual level as with the thirteen apostles found in the New Testament! Not only does he stand forth as a NAR-believer, but he also supports the false religion of​​ Christian Zionism –​​ thus supporting Israel, the worst and​​ sworn enemies​​ of Christ!




1 Year KCBC


“Our 1st year is designed to give students a strong biblical foundation along with practical experience in ministry. In addition to foundational bible classes, students will have the opportunity to serve in various areas in the church and ministry in our Service Internship, which will help them discover their gifts and calling. Students will experience mentorship and training by our experienced staff and instructors.​​ 

Core Courses

  • Bible Study Methods

  • Old Testament Survey

  • New Testament Survey

  • Prayer I

  • Christ the Healer

  • The Life of Christ

  • The Blessing

  • Holy Spirit

  • Foundations of Faith

  • Budget and Finance

  • The Jews, The Nations, and The Church

  • Ministry Survey and Practicum I

  • Ministry Survey and Practicum II

  • Ethics: Honor, Integrity, and Excellence

  • Ministry Seminar I (Special Topics)

  • Ministry Seminar II (Special Topics)

  • Personal Evangelism

Course Descriptions

* Courses subject to change

2 Year KCBC

In our 2nd year, students will gain a deeper knowledge about excellence and integrity in ministry as defined in scripture. Their knowledge of the word will grow and as they take our second year bible classes. Students will also have opportunities for ministry-specific electives and internships that will further their development in their individual ministry callings. They will experience the revival capital of the world in its entirety while serving in various areas such as: Superkid Academy, 14forty, Aviation, Media, and Worship.​​ 

Core Courses

  • Authority of the Believer

  • The Fruit and Gifts of the Spirit

  • Old Testament Truths

  • Prayer II

  • New Testament Truths

  • Principles of Biblical Interpretation

  • Laws of Prosperity

  • Church History

  • Ministry Survey and Practicum III

  • Ministry Survey and Practicum IIII

  • Ministry Seminar III (Special Topics)

  • Ministry Seminar IV (Special Topics)

  • Family and Ministry

  • People Skills

  • Preaching and Teaching

Elective Courses

  • Prayer Dynamics: Prevailing in Prayer

  • Business and Marketplace Leadership

  • Writing Content in Ministry

  • Revival History: What Every Christian Should Know

  • Media and Technology in Ministry I

  • Media and Technology in Ministry II

  • Ministry of Helps

  • Church/Ministry Administration

  • Missions and Outreach

  • Pastoral Ministry

  • Biblical Counseling I

  • Crisis Response and The Church

  • Children and Youth Ministry

  • Young Adults Ministry

  • Worship Ministry I

  • Worship Ministry II







The listing of topics in Bible classes above, gives us a fair hint as to which kind of Bible faith these are based upon: Typical Word of Faith falsehood, prosperity gospel in all its ugliness. Which was based upon the Pentecostal heresy​​ of ​​ the​​ ‘New Pentecost’ as referred to the Azusa Street Revival of 1906.

I​​ Red-marked​​ above “Authority of the believer”, “The Fruit and Gifts of the Spirit” and “Laws of Prosperity”. ​​ Themes, which the Bible student are being taught already in their first year on the Campus. It’s a total disaster for them, without them knowing how​​ destructive false teaching​​ really is. They are on their way to go down…ending their lives as​​ spiritual wreckage​​ and even as promoters of lies and deception! ​​ They will have to answer to Christ for this.​​ Two of these topics I shall comment on.


“Authority of the believer” ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​​​ “The Fruit and Gifts of the Spirit”


These​​ are​​ well-known​​ ‘labels’​​ found and used constantly in the Word of Faith and NAR circles. Oh…we have been given/ordained with the same power and authority as seen with the apostles of Christ in Acts!! ​​ 

This is a​​ constant brainwash-lie​​ meeting Bible students in such​​ enterprises as mentioned. It is​​ the same as earlier found with heretics as Oral Robert, William Branham, T.L. Osborn, and a host of TV-healers and evangelists in the years following Azusa Street Revival 1906-1913.​​ 

My advice is: Get away from that teaching…now…run for your life!

Get on the first bus or plane you can, and go home! Save yourself from destructive influences coming from such false teachers as Copeland, Osteen, and the lot. As a believer, I can tell you one thing for certain: You have AUTHORITHY to flee away from evil!​​ 

Christ and the Holy Spirit will help you, I am sure. Be wise – listen to experienced Bible teachers who can point you to the right teacher, Paul the apostle to the Gentiles.​​ 

His Grace-Gospel is found in Ephesians and Colossians, and no other NT writings. Miracles and signs and healings were only ordained to the apostles, as proof to Israel of God being with the apostles. Such things were never given to the Church.​​ Paul did not teach the Church of miracles, signs, healings, speaking in tongues, prophesying, and etcetera. Ephesians and Colossians are totally void of any such things. The gifts and powerful manifestations in Acts were​​ only for the apostles​​ as I said above.

Kenneth Copeland and all his likeminded colleagues, are telling dreamlike lies and fantasies…they think of themselves as apostles and prophets, but they are less than ‘Toilet Attendants’ in importance. However, it is evident that the ‘Father of lies’ – Satan, love to have such obedient servants​​ deceiving Christianity.

Eph. 4:25-27, NASB,

“25​​ Therefore, laying aside falsehood, SPEAK TRUTH EACH ONE of you WITH HIS NEIGHBOR, for we are members of one another.​​ 


26​​ BE ANGRY, AND yet DO NOT SIN; do not let the sun go down on your anger,​​ 


27 and do not give the devil an opportunity.”​​ 





Considered the wealthiest pastor in America — with​​ an alleged estimated net worth​​ of $760 million — televangelist Kenneth Copeland is in hot water after an extensive investigation by the​​ Houston Chronicle​​ revealed how he has been living in a tax-free mega-mansion worth $7 million and paid for by Texas taxpayers for years.

The 85-year-old pastor’s house spans 18,000 square feet and is made up of six bedrooms and six bathrooms, located on an exclusive lake community outside Fort Worth.

The luxury pad, Copeland’s primary residence, is situated on one acre and surrounded by a 24-acre lakefront tract, which is valued “extraordinarily low” at $125,000, according to the Chronicle. Because of its low value, Copeland’s Eagle Mountain International Church — which Copeland founded in 1967 and which technically owns the home — pays less than $3,000 a year in property taxes, records show. The value was agreed upon by the Tarrant Appraisal District in Fort Worth as part of a dispute resolution agreement with the church.

But real estate experts said that the waterfront property in an open market would actually sell for millions.

Because Copeland claimed the mansion as a “clergy residence,” the home qualified for a 100% tax break. Without the break, Copeland would otherwise have an annual property tax exceeding $150,000.”


Thus far, what some of the news media reports of this infamous 85-year old ‘pastor’. Would you like to have this fellow teaching you in Biblical doctrine of faith?​​ ​​ The richest ‘prosperity-pimp’ in the USA!

His big load of money-wealth has not come from Christ, - but from gullible believers who wanted to get as rich as he, and donated their money to his ministry, which​​ promises wealth and riches​​ to those who make such donations. It’s the same old song…in all the Charismatic​​ camps, …give your money to the ministry, and God will bless you and make you rich! ​​​​ This whole scheme is an act of grand theft and fraud. He has ‘sold’ people a lie, and these unfortunate people never see any of the wealth-promises come true in their lives. But the bank account of Kenneth Copeland keeps increasing…with huge amounts of dollars.

Such a ‘Gospel-Message’ didn’t come from God, but from His enemy, the devil.

Below,​​ an image of​​ the huge mansion of the Copeland family, sited right outside of Fort​​ Worth.​​ It is challenged only by​​ Joel Osteen’s mansion right outside of Houston.

Copeland is just laughing of anyone who presents these facts to him face-to-face:

You may think that house is too big,” the​​ prosperity preacher​​ stated at the 2015 convention. “You may think it’s too grand. I don’t care what you think. I heard from heaven. Glory to God, hallelujah!'”

Built in 1999, the property “has a sweeping spiral staircase and a bridge that spans across the living room and connects the two sides of the house,” a 2011 report by the US Senate Finance Committee stated, according to the Chronicle story. “It also has crystal chandeliers and, according to Gloria Copeland, doors that ‘came from a castle,’ along with a ‘huge drop-down ceiling projector and screen’ in the bedroom.”

This all is a testimony of​​ human greed and sinful desires. Paul called this for ‘Filthy lucre’​​ – as he exhorted his believers not to get taken with the riches in this world, but​​ rather seeking​​ the riches of God in Christ!

It is a great difference between honest work, paid with a monthly salary, or if you are a lucky share-holder earning even millions on the stock-exchange…you have risked your own money, - compared to greedy TV-preachers craving for your money by giving false miracle-promises. The latter is a fraud and should actually have been punished. But no one has made laws against such spiritual fraud. However, I believe God has a punishment for such frauds; He will not have anyone like these up in His high heaven! Paul is clear,​​ Eph. 5:5,

“5​​ For this you know with certainty, that no * immoral or impure person​​ or​​ covetous​​ man,​​ who​​ is an​​ idolater, has an inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and God.​​ 


6​​ Let no one deceive you with empty words, for because of these things the wrath of God comes upon the sons of disobedience.​​ 


7​​ Therefore do not be partakers with them;”​​ 


Col. 3:1-4​​ NASB, is also very clear to us believers,

“1​​ Therefore if you have been raised up with Christ, keep seeking the things above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God.​​ 


2​​ Set your mind on the things above,​​ not on the things that are on​​ earth.​​ 


3​​ For you have died and your life is hidden with Christ in God.​​ 


4​​ When Christ, who is our life, is revealed, then you also will be revealed with Him in glory.






These so-called​​ Laws are something which he was​​ taught back in the day, as a student of Kenneth Hagin Sr. at Rhema Bible Church, Tulsa. It​​ is old Word of Faith heresies all of it.


This is listed in the topics taught in Copeland’s College classes, in the beginning of this article, one of the​​ RED-marked titles.


So here it is, the​​ 7 Laws of Prosperity,​​ clipped in from the web site of Kenneth Copeland Ministries. It is one exposing list of heretical Bible perversion, as he takes just about every passage out of its original context. He teaches Tithing, and that​​ Christians​​ have a covenant with God, likewise, he teaches we must be ‘born again’, and so forth and so on.​​ He constantly use the historical writings, the Gospels, as if they are Doctrine of Faith for this Church dispensation. Such usage of the Bible is a clear no-go among learned Bible expositors. We can only hold Paul’s epistles as such doctrine, namely Ephesians and Colossians.


Check it out. You will find that​​ just about all​​ he teaches here is total lies and heresies, a perversion of the Bible.


Many of Copeland’s passages and Bible references are from the Tora of Moses and prophets.​​ The Law which, says Paul,​​ Christ had abolished at the cross.​​ God had Christ blotting out that Law…and yet, here we find a heretic,​​ teaching several ordinances from that Law??!! (Eph. 2:14, 15).


The 7 Laws of Prosperity

May 1, 2023


(Kenneth Copeland Ministries)


“If you’re ready to live the life God desires you to have, it’s important to understand whole-life prosperity. Begin today with these 7 laws of prosperity.

Well-being. Success. Abundance. Overflow. These are all definitions of the good life—of prosperity. And despite religious tradition claiming that it is ungodly or selfish, prosperity is God’s will for you.

Have you ever noticed that the Scriptures don’t say God will give you just enough to get by? Instead, the Bible uses words like overflow, plentiful and abundance. God wants to do exceedingly, abundantly​​ above all we can even ask or think (Ephesians 3:19-21), and He tells us that He plans for us to succeed (Jeremiah 29:11). That’s a prosperous life!

God wants to bless us with whole-life prosperity to establish His covenant with us, give us life more abundantly, and empower us to bless others and further the gospel of Jesus Christ. The idea that God wants His people sick, sad or living in poverty is completely against His Word and His very nature.

God isn’t opposed to our being rich. That doesn’t upset Him even a little. In fact, He delights in our prosperity (Psalm 35:27). He’s just opposed to our becoming covetous and greedy. God has a full supply, lacking nothing, and He wants us to be the same way.

If you’re ready to live the life He desires you to have, it’s important to first understand how to get there. Begin today with these 7 laws of prosperity.

1. Prosperity Is More Than Finances

“I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers.” –3 John 1:2 (NKJV)

Whenever someone mentions “the prosperity gospel,” especially in a negative sense, they are referring to money only. That’s certainly part of living life more abundantly, but that isn’t all Jesus had in mind. It would be easy to settle for spiritual prosperity, but that type of spiritual laziness does not bring glory to God and give full honour to what Jesus paid for us to enjoy here on earth. It is the will of God for us to be made whole—spirit, soul and body—and to be kept that way until the return of our Lord Jesus Christ (see 1 Thessalonians 5:23).

What is included in whole-life prosperity?

  • Spiritual Prosperity. To prosper spiritually, you must be born again. When you accept Jesus as your Saviour and make Him the Lord of your life, your spirit is reborn and brought into fellowship with the Father, Almighty God.

  • Emotional Prosperity. True peace and joy cannot be found in this world without Christ. That’s why we see people remarrying over and over, using antidepressants, contemplating suicide,​​ tearing other people down, using drugs or even questioning their God-given gender. That is not the abundant life Jesus came to give us, and it is anything but prosperity. Jesus fills the voids: He brings answers where there were questions, confidence where there was insecurity, hope where there was once hopelessness.

  • Mental Prosperity. The world thinks of mental prosperity as simply “knowing it all,” but God had something much better in mind. Mental prosperity includes revelation knowledge, mental abilities beyond our own, and a sharp mind until the day we go home to heaven. It means casting down imaginations and being in control of your own thoughts.

  • Physical Prosperity. The world’s system of healing makes a god of the hospital and a god of medicine. Actually, for the most part, it leaves God out entirely, and without God, it will not work! God has a better way. He wants you to walk in supernatural and divine health all the days of your life.

  • Relational Prosperity. Only God can truly prosper you in the area of relationships. He is the giver of good and perfect gifts. He can bring reconciliation where the world would say all hope is lost, and He can grant you a strong and lasting marriage, and healthy family relationships and friendships. There is a special peace in relational prosperity. He wants you to have it.

  • Accomplishment Prosperity. In other words—favour. When you have favour, it opens doors for you and causes things to go your way—even when, in the natural, it may not seem possible. When you succeed at something, you prosper. God desires us to have success in life!

  • Financial Prosperity. If a man came to you needing clothes and you didn’t have any clothes to give, both of you would be in trouble. We are to prosper so that we might provide abundantly for our own families, bless those around us, and fund the work of the kingdom of God here on earth.

This is the basic, fundamental truth that runs throughout the entire Bible. Every time there was a need, no matter what that need was, God had a man somewhere who had the resources—spiritually, mentally or financially—to meet that need.

2. Tithing Is Tied to Prosperity

“Bring all the tithes into the storehouse…and try Me now in this…if I will not open for you the windows of heaven and pour out for you such blessing that there will not be room enough to receive it.” –Malachi 3:10 (NKJV)

Handling someone else’s money is the testing ground—the qualifier—for Kingdom prosperity. This all begins with the proper handling of what belongs to God—the tithe. Tithing is the open door to THE BLESSING that God set forth to meet your needs, bless you, and keep you prosperous.

In Deuteronomy 28, God spoke to the Israelites about the curse and THE BLESSING. But just prior, in Deuteronomy 26, He talked to them about letting Him in on their finances—through the tithe. Why? Not because God needed the money, but because they needed help. They were going into the Promise Land where there were many challenges. So, He told them about tithing, the curse and THE BLESSING, in that order.

And you know, it’s still the same today. If you’ve been thinking, I believe in tithing, but I just can’t afford it,​​ you’re going backward. Because if you don’t let THE BLESSING in, the curse comes in.

Have questions about tithing? We have answers! Find them in “Tithing 101.”​​ 

3. Debt Freedom Is Key to Prosperity

“The borrower is slave to the lender.” –Proverbs 22:7 (NIV)

Owing another man is bondage—a chain that belongs on no child of God. To live fully in prosperity, debt freedom is key. The world has a system of finance that is complex and very poor in operation. It continually rocks back and forth between the two extremes of depression and inflation.

However, when you are functioning in God’s system of finance, life can be very simple. Don’t borrow from anyone—get it from God. The problem with borrowing is that it is controlled by the world’s system. In order to borrow, you must subordinate yourself to another person. Instead, look to God, He will give to you, not loan to you!

When Kenneth and Gloria Copeland first set out to obey God according to Romans 13:8, which says “owe no one anything” (NKJV), they had a long way to go! However, they were determined. They sat down and wrote out what it would take to operate their household abundantly. Then they prayed over it in the Name of Jesus. At that moment, they made up their minds to never borrow money again, and in less than 12 months, they did not owe anything and haven’t owed a penny since.

4. Pay Taxes Without Grumbling

“Pay your taxes and government fees to those who collect them, and give respect and honor to those who are in authority.” –Romans 13:7

One of the major things that will foul up your life where prosperity is concerned is bad-mouthing the government and its leaders, particularly in the area of taxation. Most people are operating in strife where their taxes are concerned, and it has a direct relationship to the government that provides our financial system. One day the Lord told Brother Copeland, “Quit grumbling and complaining about your tax money. Pay it cheerfully the way you do your tithe, and I’ll bless it.” From then on, he and Gloria started praying over their tax money—just as they do their tithe—and they have never had a tax bill that they couldn’t pay.

Get strife and hard feelings toward your government out of your heart! The Word says we are to pray and give thanks for our leaders, not bad-mouth them! When you begin to change your heart and come into obedience to God’s Word in this area, it will open an area of prosperity you didn’t even know existed, and you will live in an abundance of peace in your land.

Watch Kenneth Copeland teach about the laws of prosperity.

5. You Must Know How to Give and Receive

“Give and it shall be given unto you.” –Luke 6:38 (KJV)

The spiritual law of prosperity contains both giving and receiving. Jesus knew the spiritual law of giving, and He operated it proficiently. He gave to the poor at such an astonishing rate that​​ when Judas left the room during the Last Supper, some people thought that he must be going to give to the poor.

Do you want a hundredfold return on your money—to live in financial prosperity? Give and let God multiply it back to you. No bank in the world offers this kind of return! Praise the Lord!

As believers, we need to exercise faith not only in seeking how much and where to sow, but also in receiving the harvest on the seeds we sow. Harvesting is vitally important because there are always more people that the Lord can empower us to bless when we are receiving the good things, He has for us. Don’t get stuck in false humility, refusing to receive what God desires to give you. Instead, become a good giver and a good receiver—it’s spiritual law!

6. You Must Choose God’s System

“Be not conformed to this world.” –Romans 12:2 (KJV)

There are two choices before you—the world’s system or God’s system. This is true if you want to enjoy prosperity in your health, finances, mind, relationships, peace, joy or any other area of life. The world tells you to go deeper and deeper in debt, expect to get sick or diseased, get divorced if you don’t like your spouse, and do whatever makes you feel good in the moment. But those aren’t God’s ways. The Bible says the things of God are foolishness to the world (1 Corinthians 2:14).

The world will always give you the option of choosing its system, but God’s way is always the better way. When you come to a crossroad, you’ll see the world calling you to believe in pharmaceuticals, information on the internet, or the latest research. “This is the answer!” they’ll shout. Don’t expect God’s best to come from the world’s system. He will work around and through it in order to reach you, but it is always far below His best.

Don’t be conformed to this world. Choose God’s way—it always leads to prosperity.

7. You Will Have What You Say

“He will have whatever he says.” –Mark 11:23 (NKJV)

In Mark 11:23, Jesus introduced a principle—a spiritual law—that works. It doesn’t make sense to the natural mind that with faith you can have whatever you say even though it may be contrary to what you can see with your physical eyes. But Jesus said it, and by the eternal Almighty God, it is so! When you act on it, mix your faith with it, and don’t doubt in your heart, this spiritual law will work for you!

God created all things by the power of His Word. Each time God spoke, He released His own faith—which was the very creative power that brought His words to pass. In doing so, He demonstrated how words are spiritual containers that carry the power to shape our destiny. Our words contain and release our faith. But what is most exciting is that when we speak God’s words about our lives, we release the creative power of God’s faith into our situations.

Watch Kenneth Copeland teach about the law of words at Kenneth Copeland Bible College™!

So, every time we confess the Word of God from a heart that’s confident God will do in our lives what He said—according to Jesus in Mark 11:24—we shall have what we say.

These seven laws of prosperity work the same as the laws of salvation, healing and so forth. We are dealing with the same God, the same Word, the same Jesus, the same force of faith and the same thief. A farmer can intend to have a good crop, but if he never plants the seed, how can he possibly produce a harvest? If you want to reap a harvest—you have to obey the laws! The seven laws of prosperity will bring results!» ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​​​ END OF COPELANDS ARTICLE.



Following the original Law of Moses with its ordinances, would be a lot easier than trying to follow these paragraphs​​ and points brought forth by Copeland.

But we cannot follow the Law of Moses, because Christ had it abolished at the cross! Nor can we follow such maddening and thoughtless nonsense presented by Kenneth Copeland.​​ 

No folks, - God did NOT send out Mr. Copeland, - he sent us the apostle Paul, and we are taught by his two Church-epistles Ephesians and Colossians, how it is with our wellbeing and heavenly salvation.

Thousands and thousands of believers were​​ saved by faith alone, due to Paul’s epistles, as he directed his nine co-workers to spread the Grace-Gospel in Asia Minor (Turkey) 1960 years ago.​​ No dumb and false “How to’s” from Paul, so believers could get rich and wealthy and successful. Jesus never was the teacher to the Church; He was a teacher to the Jews. Paul was sent by Jesus out to us Gentiles, to be a teacher to the Gentiles. Rom. 15:8 says that Christ became a teacher to the circumcised!

This same Gospel,​​ Paul’s Gospel, is still the one-and-only Gospel to preach and teach. We are saved by faith, and no works, and NO TRICKY RECIPE​​ like the heretical ‘7 Laws of Prosperity’ - constructed by Kenneth Copeland and his henchmen.

We cannot find anything of that rubbish which he​​ let his College students be told, with Paul. It’s just not there.

Copeland’s recipe of success and wealth is a teaching which falls to the ground, as Paul points us AWAY from things on this earth, to have our attention and​​ looking up at heaven above, where Christ resides at His Father’s right hand (Col. 3:1-4).

Eph. 2:8, 9​​ says clearly (NASB),

8 For by​​ grace​​ you have been​​ saved​​ through​​ faith; and that not of​​ yourselves, it is the​​ gift​​ of​​ God;​​ 

9 not as a​​ result​​ of​​ works,​​ so​​ that​​ no​​ one​​ may​​ boast.​​






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