Kenneth Copeland has a long history of preaching in Fort Worth. This ad for a two-week meeting at the Will Rogers Auditorium appeared in the July 1973 edition of the Star-Telegram.
Kenneth Copeland has a long history of preaching in Fort Worth. This ad for a two-week meeting at the Will Rogers Auditorium appeared in the July 1973 edition of the Star-Telegram. Kennedy, Bud - Fort Worth Archives
Kenneth Copeland has a long history of preaching in Fort Worth. This ad for a two-week meeting at the Will Rogers Auditorium appeared in the July 1973 edition of the Star-Telegram. Kennedy, Bud - Fort Worth Archives

Kenneth Copeland: Texas religious icon or spiritual pickpocket?

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