My reasons for avoiding most tv ministers are my own. I see nothing to be gained by criticizing men and women who are engaged in the activity. I encourage discernment and wisdom in selecting those with whom you spend your time and from whom you receive spiritual guidance.
I do, though, occasionally take time to watch that little white haired Louisiana dandy, Jesse Duplantis. I watch him for the pure entertainment value of his presentation, and sometimes there is a bonus of enlightenment. The man is funny. The man could well have made his livelihood as a comedian, had he chosen the secular field of endeavor.
Once in a great while, and when there is nothing else on the Sunday afternoon tube, nothing other than football, that is, I will tune in to see what Freddy Price is on about. That 's entertainment, too.
Disclaimer: The mention of these ministers, whether bloggers or televangelists, is in no wise to be construed as an endorsement of their theologies or viewpoints. I have already suggested wisdom and discernment.
As he told it:
Jesse: Let me tell you something!
Cathy (Mrs. D): You listen to me. I am not that naive little girl you married thirty-nine years ago!
Jesse: I miss her.
Cathy: She's dead!
Truth: His sermon on spousal interactions was excellent. Oh, vanilla, do learn from it.