Creflo Dollar is the senior pastor and founder of World Changers Church International, which has multiple branches and satellite churches throughout the United States. His goal is to establish 500 satellite churches throughout the world.
The first worship service for what became World Changers Church International, was led by Creflo Dollar in 1986 in College Park, Georgia, in the presence of eight worshipers. In 1995, the expanded congregation moved to a sanctuary with 8,500 seats called the World Dome. Creflo Dollar holds a bachelor's degree in education and master's and doctorate degrees in counseling. He also holds an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Oral Roberts University.Learn More
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