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Mega-Church Pastor's Son Tells His Own True Story


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March 3, 2009

Terri Gibson


Gregory Dollar

Atlanta, GA ( - A well-known Pastor's son has decided that it is time tell his story. Good versus evil, dark versus light, this uncommon, yet timely tale, has already awed, intrigued and inspired everyone that has come in contact with it.

Gregory Dollar: a white boy, unusually abused, out of control, and hurting, was rescued by a black man; but he's not just any ordinary black man. He is Dr. Creflo A. Dollar Jr., Senior Pastor of worldwide Mega-Church, World Changers Church International.

The tell-all tale keeps you poised on the edge of your seat as you are entwined in the terror and childhood abuse that creates the teen's nightmare of family institutions, sex, drugs, and ultimately prison, kicking and screaming into salvation all the while.

The purpose for telling his story, has become more than a way to satisfy a need to let go of the past, but to share what happens when the genuine desire to change the life of a delinquent child, could indeed change a life forever. He feels that his account needs to be shared with those who are wounded and bleeding, not only on the inside, but the outside, too. He owes his life to God and an extraordinary man who believed in him more than anyone ever could.

"I've struggled for twenty-two years in the shadow of this great man who raised me as his own. My feelings of inadequacy kept me believing I would never be good enough," said Gregory. "Because dad stood by me, I now have my own voice. Like Joel Osteen stepping into his father's shoes, I'm inspired to speak today."

His heart's desire is get the opportunity to share his story with as many people as possible. There's no other story that can compare to the real test of undying and unconditional love as two individuals from different worlds, Gregory and Creflo face challenges not only in their personal lives, but in the life of Ministry. It is a scenario that crosses all traditional boundaries, virtually a "Prodigal Son" for today's world.

Gregory Dollar begins his journey and ministry with his new book, LOVE In The DARKNESS, My Life As Creflo Dollar's Son. Visit to learn more about Gregory Dollar and his ministry. His book is scheduled for release in the summer of 2009. Contact Terri Gibson, PR 404-626-8680,


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