When it comes to living large, men of God seem to be doing particularly well in recent times. Among them is Pastor Alph Lukau.
As Briefly.co.za previously reported, he founded the Johannesburg-based Alleluia Ministries International in 2002.
The church has grown significantly since then and now boasts hundreds of thousands of members across many branches in several countries.
According to Alleluia Ministries' website, Pastor Lukau is also a Bible scholar, coach, mentor, and spiritual father to many followers.
In addition, he is an entrepreneur. His wife, Celeste Lukau, serves with him in his church. The couple reportedly donate to charity regularly.
However, it is their penchant for a luxurious lifestyle that has likely caught many people's attention.
Pastor Lukau's social media pages are full of pictures of his private jet and luxury cars, including a Rolls-Royce.
The pastor recently shared a photo of himself disembarking from his private jet.
Besides his Rolls-Royce, he also has a Range Rover and a top-of-the-range motorcycle.
Briefly.co.za recently shared a video showing Pastor Lukau's grand entrance to his church, complete with a convoy.
He also owns a Bentley.
The man of God travels in style.
Social media users called out religious leader Alph Lukau for being an allegedly fake pastor.
Lukau was filmed resurrecting a dead man in front of his congregation and the video has since been shared on social media. Briefly.co.za gathered Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux posted the video on the social media handle and it sparked quite the reaction.
Another video of the resurrected man was shared on Twitter, and it appears he worked up quite an appetite while he was dead.
"South Africa alive with possibilities. He ended up eating the food that people on his funeral were supposed to eat," Man's Not Barry Roux captioned the post.
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