This televangelist risks ruining his ministry with his request for a $54 million private jet. The perception is one of greed. His flock could easily be excused for failing to believe the preacher has a pipeline to God, and God told him to buy it. After all, he already has three other private jets. How many does a minister need to spread the divine word? To an outsider, the fellow smacks of fraud. For $54 million one can fly first class for decades, and should a preacher be winging from place to place in the height of comfort? Where is the example for others unless he wants everyone to reach the exalted heights of owning a personal jet? It’s an odd relationship with his flock of believers. Long ago, a preacher said, “God’s business is very good business.” That seems to be the situation here.