Fred Phelps Net Worth 2023

 Birth Name: Fred Waldron Phelps Sr.Birthplace: Meridian, MSBirthday: November 13, 1929Died: March 19, 2014Occupation: Preacher, Church founderChurch: Westboro Baptist ChurchWife: Margie SimmsChildren: Shirley Phelps Roper, Nathan Phelps

Net Worth: $10 MillionFred Phelps innovated one of the most controversial churches in the once century. For nearly every news story the church members have been oral about their opinions. Most lately Westboro leaders and members picketed the late Paul Walker’s burial citing he’s in hell for choosing to worship plutocrat, fame, and redundant over god. WOW!   The church has went after just about everyone with their traditional views on homosexuality as well. On January 15, 2006, Westboro members protested a keepsake for 2006 Sago Mine disaster victims, claiming that the mining accident was God’s vengeance against America for its forbearance of homosexuality. Phelps was also veritably oral about the Laramie design, a play about the life and death of hate crime victim Matthew Shepard. Fred Phelps has lead his church in a over 100 kick, demonstrations since 1991. Critics have viewed Phelp’s and his church’s station on public issues to be hype numbers. It has surely worked, if that's the case. The church has a large class and receives a number of donations from fat benefactors. One church member claimed the church spends over$ a time on kick and picketing. The church has entered plutocrat from suits and legal freights. In one case they sued the megacity of Topeka several times in the 1990s. WBC entered$, and is pursuing another$, in legal freights for a case won in court. The WBC is considered a nonprofit association by the civil government, and is thus pure from paying levies The church net worth is estimated at$ 10 million.   Fred Phelps Sr’s death has caused just as important uproar as his life. Satanist have come out and said “ God will turn Phelps gay when he dies”. Ouch!!! It seems all of the chaos the church has caused expressing their views have boomeranged. In 2007 members of Westboro Baptist Church were sued for a demonstration they held during a gay Marine’s burial. The church believed the death of dogfaces in the Iraqi war were discipline for the service’s acceptance of homosexuality. The family of the honorable Marine was awarded$ 11 million from a jury that plant the leaders of the fundamentalist church had raided the family’s sequestration and caused emotional torture. The government had also taken offense to the group’s constant kick and created several bills in colorful countries including Indiana, to enjoin kick at sepultures called “ Let Them Rest Bill” which could carry up to three times in captivity. The drama of Westboro and Phelps was an indeed bigger story within the church. In August 2013, Fred Phelps was excommunicated from the Westboro Baptist Church after championing a kinder approach between church members. The excommunication passed after the conformation of a board of manly elders in the church. Among the each-manly board of elders are Drain, Timothy Phelps, Jonathan Phelps, Samuel Phelps-Roper, Charles Hockenbarger and Fred Phelps Jr. The board had defeated Shirley Phelps-Roper, the church’s longtime spokesman, in a power struggle. After Phelps was suggested out of Westboro Baptist Church this once summer, he was moved out of the church and into a house, where he was watched to insure he would n’t harm himself.   In 2014 Fred Phelps failed of natural causes and his son Shirley a former prophet for the church says his burial won't be held there because Westboro doesn't believe in sepultures. 

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